Before a product is sent to market, consumers expect that all necessary testing has taken place to ensure that it is safe for use by its intended audience. It is expected that warnings have been provided for any known hazards associated with using the product, and the instructions clearly explain its proper use.
In too many cases, however, incomplete information is provided about the product or it fails to perform as advertised. In either instance, consumers are often placed in significant and needless danger. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured while using a defective product, you may have grounds to pursue damages in a product liability claim.