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Businesses are taken to court for so many reasons but in this write-up, we will examine defective products and the consequences of a product liability case. Each year, some consumers are injured as a result of defective products and some of them decide to take legal action in order to secure compensation. Sometimes, these cases are valid, but there are also instances where people falsely claim that they were hurt by a particular product, which can also damage a business’ reputation. If your company is being taken to court over allegations that one of your products is defective, it is crucial to handle the case appropriately.
Product liability cases may involve defects that resulted from errors during design, or they could be due to defects during assembly or even improper labeling. When a company is taken to court over a defective product, the case can have much more of an impact than the financial penalties that may come with an unfavorable outcome in court. In fact, a company’s reputation could be shattered beyond repair. In some instances, consumers may stop purchasing a certain product or they may boycott an entire company altogether. Defective products could even prompt a business to close its doors.
As a result, you should be very cautious when it comes to dealing with a product liability case, knowing your rights and also having a good understanding of how to protect your interests. The business lawsuits part of our site goes over other issues related to product liability cases.
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