All companies, whether they are designers, manufacturers, or distributors, are expected to do their part in providing consumers with safe and reliable products. If they fail to uphold this duty and release a defective product that causes harm to consumers, they may be held liable in the court of law, even if the oversight from which the defect originated was unintentional. Such measures exist to protect consumers from the unfettered and wrongful practices of negligent companies that prioritize profit over consumers' safety. It is important for consumers who suffer injuries due to defective products to consult with Walner Law® attorneys for further assistance of the product liability case.
Product defects occur in one of two ways, either during the design or manufacture. Either way, it is the company’s responsibility to ensure that products are not put on the market that features defects that would injure a consumer. Even small mistakes can make a product dangerous in unexpected ways, such as defects in motor vehicle equipment, medical devices, and children’s toys. When these products feature harmful defects, consumers can be easily and seriously harmed by the accidents they cause.
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