Defective Products

Defective Products

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, there are approximately 300 product recalls done each year. These recalled products include tools, furniture, and more disturbingly, children’s toys and other products used in the household. When manufacturers neglect to fully inspect their products before distribution, innocent consumers become susceptible to harm. Incorrect assembly, confusing instructions, lack of health hazard labels, and other inadequate warnings could all constitute a defective product.

More often then not, these claims go unchallanged, leaving other consumers at high risk. Exposure to these hazards could lead to personal injury or, in some cases, death.

Here is a list of potentially defective products that could lead to a viable law suit:

  • household cleaners and cleaning products
  • health and beauty aids
  • toys and baby equipment
  • medical appliances and devices
  • automobiles
  • office products
  • yard equipment

Let the professionals at the Mann Law Firm be your advocate against defective product manufacturers.

The Mann Law Firm was one of the first law firms in the country to file a lawsuit against Toyota for a sudden acceleration defect.  The case involved the death of a loving father of 5 children and husband.  After an investigation and inspection of the vehicle, it was determined that a defect existed in the vehicle before the national media and NHTSA declared a recall of the vehicles.  With the right experience, the family was fully compensated for a hidden defect designed by Toyota.

If you or a loved one have been physically harmed by a defective product, please do not hesitate to contact us at 408-287-1600. If you have any questions, please also feel free to use our online contact form.