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Defective Products Lawsuit, Six Things You Need To Know

Designers, manufacturers and those involved in the chain of commerce have an obligation to ensure their products are safe for use before releasing them into the marketplace. However, each year there are thousands of consumers who are injured by defective products. When a consumer is injured from a defect in a product or from false representations made by the manufacturer, they may have a case to recover financial compensation.

When you purchase a product, you have certain rights as a consumer. If you have sustained an injury from a product you purchased and believe it may be defective, then you are in the right to pursue a product defect claim. Keep in mind these following facts about defective product claims

  1. Marketing flaws can be grounds for a claim

  2. Failure to provide warning labels can make a company liable

  3. More than one party may be liable for damages

  4. Product liability claims are sometimes based on negligence

  5. A company can successfully defend a product liability claim

  6. Injured consumers are eligible for damages including medical expenses, lost income and pain and suffering

Identifying all the parties involved in the chain of distribution of a defective product can be deceptively complex. Depending on your case, you may wish to retain the services of a lawyer who specializes in products liability.

We hope this article was informative. If you or a loved were recently injured and are seeking compensation and representation contact Gregory Spektor & Associates.   Our law firm has a proven track record of successfully handling  accident settlements, personal injury cases,  wrongful death lawsuits, premise liability claims and litigation cases.  To schedule a free consultation contact our legal team at 1(718) 528-5272 or email us at info@spektorlaw.com