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Defective Product Claims in New Jersey

New Jersey Product Liability Attorney

Each year, thousands of people across the United States are harmed by defective products and manufacturer negligence. Manufacturers have a responsibility to test all products to make sure they are safe and to warn consumers of potential harm if the products are used improperly. Unfortunately, manufacturers often skimp on necessary safety precautions in order to save money, and consumers can suffer as a result.

Hundreds of product liability claims are filed in New Jersey annually, and victims' injuries are commonly caused by the following types of defective products:

  • Household appliances
  • Automobiles
  • Auto parts
  • Toys
  • Cribs
  • Strollers
  • Car seats
  • Furniture
  • Electronics
  • Medical equipment or devices
  • Medications

If you were injured and believe that you have grounds to file a product liability claim, call our firm today to discuss your options with a personal injury lawyer in New Jersey.

Types of Product Defects

Although product liability claims can involve countless products and situations, they typically involve three main types of product defects.

  • Manufacturing Errors: Many products are defective and dangerous due to errors that occurred during the manufacturing process. The flawed products can cause severe injuries or illness, while the same products from other manufacturing batches may be perfectly manufactured.
  • Design Defects: Defective design claims involve products that are unreasonably dangerous due to flaws in the design. These types of defects are not caused by errors or negligence in the manufacturing process; the products are inherently dangerous because of their designs.
  • Failure to Warn or Provide Adequate Instructions: In addition to creating products that are reasonably safe, manufacturers also have a responsibility to provide consumers with instructions on how to safely use the products and any injuries that could result from improper use. If the manufacturer failed to adequately instruct consumers or warn of potential hazards, they could be held liable for any resulting injuries.

Injured by a defective product in New Jersey?

If you sustained serious injuries or illness because of a defective product, our team at The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. can help you seek fair compensation. We can assess the circumstances that caused you to sustain harm to determine liability and build a comprehensive claim. Our attorney can advocate on your behalf and guide you throughout the claim process. You can learn more about your options by filling out a case evaluation form. Contact a New Jersey product liability lawyer at our firm today to enlist proven legal counsel for your case!