Product Liability Act

When a “product” is sold to the public, and it is allegedly “not reasonably safe,” it could be subject to the Products Liability Act.  The law is very broad in this regard. Generally, a product can be deemed dangerous due to a design defect, a manufacturing defect and/or insufficient warnings. Engineers, mechanics, inspectors, and other such professionals’ inspection and document review are often critical in determining these issues.


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