Products Liability Lawyers and Products Liability Attorneys

Products Liability Law differs from ordinary injury law; it is the specific set of legal rules used to determine who is at fault in cases of defective or dangerous products. A product is said to be defective if it fails to meet the ordinary expectations of consumers, and there are a few different types of products liability. All manufacturers or sellers of a defective product may be found liable for the damages or injuries that it causes. Because of this, there are a number of parties that may be liable, including the manufacturer of the product, a manufacturer of component parts, the wholesaler, and the retail store. The specifics of Products Liability Law are determined on a state by state basis. Experienced products liability attorneys know the laws in their states, and even accross states, allowing them to protect the rights of those who have been harmed by defective products.

Products Liability Legal Guide and Information

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Answers and Information
Answers to frequently asked questions about Products Liability.
Types
A list and description of the types of Product Liability.
Abbreviated List of Defective Products
An abbreviated list of Defective Products and information about them.

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Defective Product - Food and Drug Administration
Complete record of all recalls from the FDA on account of production defects.
Recalls and Class Action - U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Includes the most significant product actions of the last 60 days, based on the extent of distribution and the degree of health risk.
Report Dangerous Products - Consumer Product Safety Commission
Report unsafe and dangerous products to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).