I was injured using a product. Is the manufacturer liable for my injuries?If a manufacturer knowingly sells a product that is harmful to consumers, the manufacturer may be held responsible for damages. Distributors, suppliers, and retailers may also be held responsible, depending on how the injuries occurred. If you need help determining who is liable for your injuries, contact a lawyer at Steinger, Iscoe & Greene now.
What does “defective product” mean?A product is defective if it is unreasonably dangerous or could potentially cause you harm. If you are injured because of a defective product, the manufacturer, distributor, supplier, retailer, or others who are responsible for making that product may be held liable for you injuries.
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