We use products at home and work everyday, often without thinking of their potential danger. Products can be dangerous if there is a defect in the way they are designed or manufactured, and also when the warnings that accompany the product are insufficient. Most laws state that a product is defective if it fails to perform in the manner in which it is reasonably expected to perform. Commonly used products that can be defective include power tools, garage doors, quads or other all-terrain vehicles, barbecues, industrial equipment, lawn mowers, boats, hair products, electronics, elevators, escalators, etc.
If you have been seriously injured by a product, please call Ahlander Injury Law for a free consultation about your rights.