When undergoing a surgery, many individuals are concerned about the process of surgery itself. Sometimes, however, the concern should come from a product being inserted during the surgery. A defective product can often lead to severe injury and sometimes even death.
Many Atlanta-area parents search high and wide for toys that hold their children's interests. For some, a good swing or play area can provide a parent with a few minutes of much needed relief and keep a young kid safe and occupied in the process.
When consumers buy products they assume them to be safe for use. If the product carries some risks with it, consumers expect to see labels warning of the dangers posed by the product. Unfortunately, in some instances, a dangerous product is placed on the market without any warning to consumers. As is evidenced by a recent case, this manufacturer negligence can cause serious injuries.
Product recalls are more common than the average Georgia resident may think -- at least judging by how the public tends to respond to them. Quite often, owners of recalled dangerous or defective products fail to return the item to the seller or manufacturer, exposing themselves to harm.
Parents in Georgia often buy their children toys. They expect that the toy will provide them with entertainment not injuries. However, many children's toys sold in popular stores can be dangerous.
Products liability is a major source of litigation in the United States. Defective products can have serious, even deadly consequences, and litigation is sometimes the only tool available to hold companies accountable.