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The law of product liability refers to a broad area of personal injury law that is designed to compensate those who have suffered a personal injury due to an unreasonably dangerous and defective product. A defective product is a product which is unreasonably dangerous for its intended use, and compensation can be recovered in the case of serious injury or death.

Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley is a firm with a stellar product liability track record. Our qualified defective product lawyers will look for any possible way to recover compensation in your case by drawing on our vast experience and comprehensive database of qualified engineers. Contact us now, and see what Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley can do for you.

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Who is Liable for Injuries Caused by a Defective Product?

The manufacturer of a defective product is responsible for damages for the failure to adequately warn of a potential risk of harm that is known or should have been known about a product. The failure to adequately instruct the user about how to use a product safely is also the manufacturer’s responsibility.

The products you purchase from stores are manufactured with an implicit guarantee that the product is in good condition, without defects, and is safe for the consumer to use if done so within its intended guidelines and limits.

Any product manufactured in a negligent manner that is then sold, given, or loaned to an individual and causes the user of the product to suffer a personal injury makes the manufacturer liable for that injury.

What are the Different Kinds of Product Defects?

A design defect occurs when the seller or distributor of a defective product could have reduced or avoided a foreseeable risk of harm by adopting a reasonable alternative design, and when, as a result of not using the alternative safer design, the product is not reasonably safe.

A manufacturing defect is an imperfection in a product that departs from its intended design even though all possible care was exercised in its assembly and marketing.

A marketing defect is a failure to adequately warn of a potential risk of harm that is known or should have been known about a product or its foreseeable use.

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If you or someone you love has suffered a personal injury by a dangerous or defective product, you should take action. We promise to thoroughly investigate the facts surrounding your personal injury situation, and give you an honest and straightforward explanation of your legal options.

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