Defective Consumer Products
Every day, millions of products are recalled from retail store shelves. Defective manufacturing, false advertising, and downright dangerous design can cause serious accidents, injuries, and death among consumers, including young children. If you or a family member has experienced an accident, injury, or death due to a defective product, you might be eligible to file a claim against the manufacturer, supplier, or distributor of the product.
When making purchases, consumers should be able to trust that the products will not cause accidents or injuries. It is the responsibility of a manufacturer to create a product suitable to be sold to the public without posing any dangers, while it is the responsibility of the suppliers and sellers not to market or sell a product that is defective. When manufacturers and sellers put sales before safety, serious problems arise.
Common Types of Defective Consumer Products
There are numerous products that cause injury and harm to consumers and their families. Many products are released to the public before burn, shock, laceration, amputation, and other risks are assessed. A few of these products include:
- Baby Strollers, Car Seats, and Cribs
- Toddler Toys
- Children’s Clothing
- Household Appliances
- Power Tools and Lawn Mowers
- Automobiles and Auto Parts
- IVC (inferior vena cava) filters
- JET 7 Catheters with Xtra Flex Technology
- Proton Pump Inhibitors
While the defective products can differ in size, shape, and function, the dangers they all pose to consumers is high.
Brayton Purcell LLP keeps a close eye on the product recalls announced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). See our blog to keep up with the latest dangerous consumer products being recalled from store shelves.
Contact a Defective Consumer Products Attorney
Brayton Purcell LLP has more than 35 years of experience in dealing with defective consumer products and those that have been injured or harmed by them. We pride ourselves for holding those responsible for defects in design, manufacturing, and marketing accountable for their actions.
Filing a defective consumer product claim can be complex. Brayton Purcell LLP can help you determine who is responsible for your injuries and gain maximum compensation for them. Call our offices at 800-598-0314, or use our contact form to set up a free