No one, including injury attorneys, would ever claim that medical devices are always a risk. In fact, some of these devices prolong the lives of millions and improve the quality of life for millions more. However, many of these devices do harm patients in Pennsylvania and elsewhere, resulting in product liability lawsuits.
Many different types of defective products are responsible for thousands of injuries in Pennsylvania and other states. Examples of these products include faulty medical devices, malfunctioning auto parts and defective drugs, to name just a few.
Just about any product can pose injury risks when used improperly. Other reasons for product-related injuries revolve around defects that may arise in the design or manufacturing phase. However, products known to be unavoidably unsafe pose injury risks simply by their very nature. Many victims in Pennsylvania believe they have no legal options when injured by these products.
When a defective product causes harm, most victims feel that they are alone in their quest to resolve the situation. It seems as if no one understands what you are going through. We agree that these feelings are sometimes unavoidable, but with a pragmatic approach, you can find many people who are dedicated to supporting your cause.
Products that may present dangers to consumers must be accompanied by adequate and accurate labeling. It is the duty of manufacturers to make certain their products contain labels with information about two important elements of product use. These elements are:
As you know, there are two sides to every story that comes before a court of law. Giving each side a voice is one of the most important cornerstones of the judicial system in Pennsylvania. Those harmed by a dangerous or defective product may feel it is unfair to allow manufacturers to defend themselves, but the right to do so is what helps to make our nation a wonderful place to live.
American consumers can usually trust that the cars they purchase will be free of serious problems, but that's not always the case. Sometimes, automobiles are plagued by potentially dangerous and life-threatening defects. When this occurs, auto manufacturers need to repair and replace the defects or face the threat of being financially liable in the event that their defects cause injury or death to others.