Defective design, defective manufacturing, and failure to warn of danger all create unreasonable risk of harm. Everyone in the chain of distribution, from manufacturer to retailer, owe you a duty to deliver safe products.
If you were injured using a product the way it’s meant to be used, you have the right to recover damages.
Manaster Law Firm will fight to right the wrong that hurt you.
A dangerous product is not necessarily a defective one. A claim against a manufacturer or distributor of a product rests on the existence of a defect.
A lawnmower is dangerous, but that does not mean it is defective. A person who flips a lawnmower over and sticks their hand in its spinning blade is unlikely to have a claim. If a person is using a lawnmower the way it is supposed to be used, and part of the blade breaks off and strikes them in the head, then they may have a legal claim. The question is whether the lawnmower contained a defect that made it inherently and unreasonably dangerous for normal use.
There are three types of defects that may give rise to a legal cause of action: