Product Liability Attorney FAQs
A product may be deemed “defective” if it is unreasonably dangerous when you use it as intended. Product liability can range from automobile defects to dangerous prescription drugs. To proceed with a product liability claim, you must prove three things:
- That the product is unreasonably dangerous
- That the product reached the consumer in the same condition in which it was manufactured
- That the defective product injured the user
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