Defective and unreasonably dangerous products can cause serious injuries to adults and children alike. No one uses a product expecting it to break or fail; when a product's defect becomes apparent, it can take the user by surprise.
Luckily, product liability is a well-established area of the law. If you have been injured, consult with an experienced product liability attorney to discuss your options.
The federal government regulates some aspects of consumer product safety, but the laws affecting products liability litigation exist at the state level. Although the intricacies of these laws vary from state to state, the states share some overarching principles. At The Danvers Law Offices, we are experienced in the area of product liability and can help you navigate though the daunting product liability landscape.
What Is Product Liability?
When a person uses a product in a reasonable manner and that product causes injury, the manufacturer, wholesaler or seller may be liable. Think of a hairdryer that emits a dangerous shock or a child's toy that contains small, sharp pieces: consumers should be able to use these products as they are intended to be used without worrying about being hurt. If you or a loved one has been injured by a product, consult with an experienced attorney to discuss your options.
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