Defective Products

For everything from cars to consumer products, problems ranging from manufacturing defects to unsafe design and inadequate warnings  can all lead to injuries and other losses. Learn how “product liability” works and how to protect your rights.

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Can I Sue for a Defective Product If I'm Not Injured?
Some form of injury or loss (the legal term is "damages) is necessary if you want to bring a viable legal claim over a dangerous or defective product. ... READ MORE

Infant and Child Car Seats: Injury Risk and Liability
Safety seats protect children in the event of a car accident, but improper design, manufacture, installation, or use can lead to injury. ... READ MORE

Objecting to a Class Action Settlement
If you're a member of the "class" in a class action lawsuit, you have the right to be notified of any proposed settlement reached by the class representative and the defendant, and you have a right to object to the deal if you think it's unfair or inadequate. ... READ MORE

Products Liability FAQ
Can I sue a foreign corporation that made a portion of the product? How do I know if I have a good case against a tobacco company? I, as well as others, have been hurt when using a product. Do we have a class action? I was in a car accident and the air bags in my car didn't deploy. Do I have a case against ... READ MORE

You Found a What in Your Food?! Liability for Food Contamination
Finding something unexpected in your food doesn't necessarily mean you've got a viable legal claim -- it takes more than just being "grossed out." ... READ MORE

Mirena IUD and Cancer Risks
In 2000, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the Mirena IUD for use as a hormonal birth control method.1 The plastic T-shaped device, which contains the synthetic progesterone called levonorgestrel, is inserted in the womb/uterus. This long-term birth control method is the only hormonal ... READ MORE

 

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