If you buy goods produced abroad and they were somehow defective and caused you injury, should you be able to recover for your injuries? International manufacturing companies don’t think so. They want access to our markets without being held responsible for the damage they are causing to consumers here in the United States. This has … Read more
Although there isn’t a federal law that governs product liability, consumers should expect that the goods or products they purchase are safe to use. If the reasonable use of a product causes injury or death, the manufacturer, wholesaler, or retailer can be held liable for selling a dangerous product. Evidence Is Key in a Defective … Read more
Manufacturers, distributors, and sellers are responsible for offering products that work properly and are safe to use by consumers. Recalls must be ordered when a product is defective, lacks proper safety labeling, or otherwise presents a danger to consumer safety and health. Here are three major, well-known product recalls from recent years. Volkswagen Diesel Engines … Read more
Determining who to sue in a defective product liability case is a complex task. An experienced product liability lawyer can help you build a strong case.