Dangerous or Defective Product Injuries: Product Liability
Manufacturers and suppliers of products are governed by a special area of the law. Essentially, the manufacturer or the supplier of a product "guarantees" that the product is safe. The manufacturer or supplier will be liable for injuries caused by any defective condition in its product, even if the manufacturer or supplier exercised all possible care in the preparation and sale of the product.
This area of the law provides injured people with important rights that should always be considered when a product causes injury.
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- Birth Injury
- Birth injury to new babies and their mothers can be immediately devastating, or may not be realized for several years.
- Brain Injury
- Blunt force trauma, restricted oxygen, or anesthesia mistakes are among the many causes of brain damage and injury.
- Medical Negligence
- Mistakes may occur at a variety of levels within the healthcare system; incorrect medications and infections as a result of unsanitary conditions are just a few examples of medical negligence.
- Wrongful Diagnosis
- While many conditions can be difficult to diagnose, carelessness and a lack of attention to patients’ symptoms can lead to wrongful diagnosis and devastating consequences.
- Surgical Mistakes
- Everything from an accidentally clipped or cut organ to performing surgery on the wrong part of the body fall under the category of surgical mistakes.
- Hospital Mistakes
- Unsanitary conditions at a hospital can lead to infections, and untrained or incompetent staff can make mistakes that cause injuries due to substandard hospital care and medical negligence.
- Wrongful Death
- In extreme cases, the careless or negligent care provided by doctors, nurses, and other medical staff can lead to the wrongful death of patients.
- Women’s Health Issues
- Health issues that are unique to women sometimes get overlooked; conditions such as cervical and breast cancer may go undetected due to misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose, leading to further problems.