Defective Products Examples
The majority of defective products can be grouped into three separate categories.
Identifying whether your case falls into one of these three categories
can help you understand your situation and your legal options. In any
defective products claim, you must prove that a product was defective
and that it caused you harm.
Take a look at the following types of defective products:
Defectively Designed Products – A defectively designed product is inherently dangerous to the consumer
at a fundamental level. The product was manufactured according to directions,
but the safety is still an issue. An example of a defectively designed
product would be protective gear that doesn’t adequately protect
the user or a child’s toy that has parts which pose a choking hazard.
Defectively Manufactured Products – A defectively manufactured product is one that may cause harm because
of an error in the manufacturing process. An example of a defectively
manufactured product would be a cracked product part or missing component
to a product that could lead to consumer injury later on.
Inadequately Labeled Products – An inadequately labeled product poses a different sort of risk
to consumers. It may fail to sufficiently warn a buyer of correct usage
or necessary precautions when using the product. An example of an inadequately
labeled product would be a medicine that doesn’t warn about serious
side effects when combined with certain other medicines.
Our knowledgeable defective product attorneys in Cleveland can help you
determine the type of negligence involved in your case and craft a claim
that effectively presents your damages. No matter your situation, we are
here to stand up for your rights and protections as a consumer.
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