Defective Product FAQs
Product defects can be categorized into three main types: design defects, manufacturing defects, and marketing defects (failure to warn or provide proper instructions). Any of these defects can lead to a lawsuit if they cause harm or losses.
Yes, you may be able to pursue a lawsuit for economic losses or property damage caused by a defective product, even if you were not physically injured
This decision depends on the circumstances of your case. Your attorney can help you decide whether joining a class action lawsuit or pursuing an individual claim is more appropriate for your situation.
A product recall does not necessarily absolve the manufacturer of legal liability. You may still have a valid claim for damages even if a recall has been issued.