When a large corporation sells a product in the stores of Western New York, we would like to assume that they have done everything they can to make the product safe when properly used. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Sometimes the manufacturers take shortcuts, cut corners to try to save money, or are simply substandard in their workmanship.
Under the law, these types of cases fall under a category known as “strict liability.” This means that if a product is not safe, the manufacturer must answer for the harm caused.
Dangerous and defective product cases include problems such as motor vehicle fires and defects, food poisoning, and medical recalls. We have handled a variety of such personal injury cases involving dangerous products and would be happy to help you.