Defects in Products

In order to recover for harm caused by a product, a plaintiff in a products liability suit must prove that a product possessed some sort of defect or hazard. This is true irrespective of the theory or theories of recovery that the plaintiff attempts to prove. The vast majority of states recognize three types of defects that may give rise to a products liability suit. These include defects in manufacturing, design, and warnings.


Inside Defects in Products