Injuries From Defective Warnings
Users of the product must be clearly warned of any harm that could befall them from using the product. The injury you receive must be as a result of not having any warnings about the product to make a defective warning claim; however, you still may be able to recover a lesser amount if defective labeling was only partially to blame.
Injuries from Manufacturing Defects
Manufacturing defects are more common than you may believe. They indicate a select few of these products are harmful, such as in instances of contamination or improper installation of an item. This means the product itself is not dangerous if manufactured properly.
Injuries from Design Defects
Design defects, though not quite as common as manufacturing defects, often result in a larger impact of injury. This means the product is inherently destined to fail or harm users, and it is also slightly more complicated to determine who is at fault for this issue.
Some products, if used incorrectly, have the potential to be incredibly dangerous. This is why there is a responsibility on behalf of the company to provide consumers with proper warnings regarding the item in question. If there fails to be one, and an injury is incurred, you may have a claim for product liability.
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