Revere Product Liability Attorneys

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Compensation Awards in Massachusetts

When you walk into a store these days, you can expect that almost every product on the shelves has been tested and re-tested for safety. However, on rare times, a product in Revere is defective. If you or a family member has been hurt by a defective product, you may have a Products Liability case.

Laws Concerning Product Liability in Massachusetts

Defective products are classified into three different classes in Massachusetts.

The first is recognized as "manufacturing defects." These defects exist when a product is of sound design, but was assembled or built improperly. For instance, the design of an electric saw might include an emergency shutoff switch. If this switch was installed improperly, and therefore didn't work, this would be an example of a manufacturing defect.

The second type are design defects. These defects exist when they are ingrained in a product's design, and the product cannot be safely manufactured, even if made to specifications. For instance, if an electric saw lacks an emergency shutoff switch, this would be a design defect.

The first is recognized as "manufacturing defects." These defects exist when a product is of sound design, but was assembled or built improperly. For instance, the design of an electric saw might include an emergency shutoff switch. If this switch was installed improperly, and therefore didn't work, this would be an example of a manufacturing defect.

Help for your Product Liability Claim in Revere Massachusetts

If you believe a product caused you injuries by one or more of the defects described above, your best bet would be to contact a reliable Products Liability lawyer in Massachusetts.

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Life in Revere

Revere is a Suffolk County city that is named after the famous American patriot Paul Revere. Revere is positioned near some other great suburbs as well as the Atlantic ocean to the east. There are a total of 10 square miles that make up Revere and 4.1 of them are open water and wetlands.

About 70% of the usable land is devoted to housing and there are 56,770 Suffolk County residents living there. It was originally settled in 1630 and was incorporated as a city in 1846. The City of Revere is well connected by the MTBA Blue Line, in fact, it's the very last stop. The line connects to Wonderland, Revere Beach, and Beachmont.

Revere Beach is the oldest public beach in the United States and has a thriving beachfront shopping and dining district. During the summer, tourists love to go to the beach and eat at the nearby restaurants. Wonderland Greyhound Park has been offering gambling on greyhound races since 1935 but has recently shut down because of the September 18th, 2009 ban on greyhound racing.

Notables of the area include singer songwriters Norman Greenbaum and Danielle Miraglia, NFL quarterback Jim Del Gaizo, and soap opera actress Robin Christopher. Chelsea Creek, in Revere, was the location of the first naval battle of the Revolutionary War in 1775. Revere is a bustling city that plays host to a number of businesses and outstanding citizens. Revere's lawyers are familiar with local problems and court procedures. Lawyers in Revere can help do anything from drafting a will or contract to criminal and family matters.

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