When you purchase a product, you expect it to function properly and safely. Consumers use products every day without thinking twice about it, simply because they trust that it was tested and proven to be safe before it was put on the market. Unfortunately, there are times when products prove to be defective and cause serious personal injury for an unsuspecting consumer.
Some common examples of defective products include:
When home appliances prove to be defective, they can cause electrical shorts that result in house fires or electrocution injuries. Defective brakes can fail and cause a rear-end collision, and defective tires can blow out and cause a crash. Cosmetics that are not properly compounded or tested can cause rashes and respiratory injuries, while defective food products can cause food poisoning and serious illness. Some toys have been recalled for containing harmful, toxic substances in the materials that they are made of. We would love to talk to you about any claim of this sort.
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