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These days, most items on the local store shelves have been tested for almost any kind of situation. However, occasionally a product in Sacramento is defective. If you or a loved one has been harmed by such a product, you could have a lawsuit that utilizes the laws of Product Liability.
The Law of Product Liability in California
Three different types of defects are categorized in the laws of Product Liability in California.
The first type are manufacturing defects. These are defects that happen when a product was assembled or made improperly. For instance, if a table has a sound design, but during assembly two key bolts were not installed, this would be a manufacturing defect.
The second type is the design defect. This happens when a product is not of sound design, and will be defective even if made to specifications. For instance, if a kitchen knife's specifications call for a metal blade that is very thin and brittle, creating a risk that it might break, causing injury, this is a design defect.
Lastly, some useful products carry risks ingrained in their use, and these risks cannot be eliminated without making the product less useful. Such products need to carry warnings about the risks, and, if possible, directions on how to minimize this risk. If they do not, this is known as a "warning defect."
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If you owned or used a product, and it harmed you because of one of the above defects, you should retain a Products Liability lawyer in California.
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