Bristol Product Liability Attorneys

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Compensation Awards in Connecticut

These days, most products on the local store shelves have been tested for almost any kind of situation. However, sometimes a product in Bristol is defective. If you or a loved one has been harmed by such a product, you could have a lawsuit that uses the laws of Product Liability.

Product Liability Laws

Defective products are classified in 3 basic categories in Connecticut.

Manufacturing defects are the first. These are defects that come from the actual production and making of the product. For example, if essential screws, which are called for in the design, are not installed in a chair, and the chair breaks when someone sits on it as a result, this is a manufacturing defect.

Second, design defects are defects that are present because the design is faulty. For instance, if a coffee mug melts any time hot coffee is put in because the design called for the wrong material, this would be a design defect.

Manufacturing defects are the first. These are defects that come from the actual production and making of the product. For example, if essential screws, which are called for in the design, are not installed in a chair, and the chair breaks when someone sits on it as a result, this is a manufacturing defect.

Find Help for your Product Liability Claim in Bristol Connecticut

If a product you own or used has harmed you and you believe that it falls into one of the above categories of defects, you should talk to an accomplished Products Liability attorney in Connecticut.

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Life in Bristol

You're probably familiar with Bristol because it is the headquarters to ESPN. This Hartford County city is 20 miles Southwest of the City of Hartford making it very popular among professionals seeking a more suburban environment. Many of those professionals are lawyers. Lawyers in Bristol take all kinds of cases and advise their clients on the best courses of action for their cases in Connecticut. Bristol has earned a number of different nicknames over the years. It was known as Clock City in the 1800s because it primarily manufactured timepieces; today you may visit the American Clock and Watch Museum in Bristol. Other more recent nicknames include Bell City and Mum City as a result of the bustling doorbell and chrysanthemum production. Bristol still holds an annual Mum Festival each September.  

Today, Bristol is undergoing a period of downtown revitalization attracting more business to interesting historical museums like the New England Carousel Museum, Imagine Nation Children's Museum, Witches Dungeon Classic Movie Museum, and the Bristol Historical Society Museum which recounts Bristol's rich past. Bristol is notably home to the largest elevator test tower in the United States that is owned by the Otis Elevator Company. 

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