When purchasing a product, you have the right to assume that the product is safe for its intended use. In some cases, corporations jeopardize safety in hopes of cutting manufacturing costs and increasing profit.
Product liability cases usually fall into one of three categories:
Manufacturing Defects – The production deviated from the original design, resulting in a defective or unsafe product.
Design Defects – An inherent design flaw presents a safety hazard.
Failures to Warn – Lack of proper instructions or warnings about product usage, including known risks and side effects.