Manufacturers can be Held Liable for Defective Product InjuriesJoel H. Schwartz, P.C.
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Manufacturers can be Held Liable for Defective Product Injuries

When you buy a product, you expect that the manufacturer did its part in regards to safety. While this is usually true, there are times when a defective product slips through the cracks and makes its way to market.

There are three ways in which a manufacturer can be held liable for a defective product injury:

  • Negligence. This is when a manufacturer fails to exercise the appropriate level of care when producing a product.
  • Misrepresentation. Advertising and marketing campaigns lead consumers to believe a product isn’t what it seems to be.
  • Breach of warranty. A product is unable to stand up to claims by the manufacturer.

Our website shares information on defective products and related injuries, however, always keep this in mind: no two situations are the same. If you have been injured by a defective product, and believe the manufacturer to be liable, be sure to contact us to discuss the finer details.

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