What Are "Bad Products?"
A Defective Product is one that causes some injury or damage to a person as a result of some defect in the product or its labeling or the way the product was used. The manufacturer, and others involved in the chain of commerce involving the products that caused the injury, are often liable for injuries the defective products cause.

All states allow some form of recovery to persons injured by "defective products". "Product liability" cases run from the obvious (a car sold without operational brakes, a mislabeled product that causes injury) to the not-so obvious (injury from exposure to tobacco, or harmful side effects from an improperly tested drug).

Lawrence E. Feldman & Associates, represent businesses and consumers on matters concerning Bad Product Litigation. Our attorneys are experienced in leading you through such complicated legal issues. We not only provide you with counsel and advice, but also representation in lawsuits and other types of dispute resolution.


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