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What Pennsylvania Law Says About Hazardous Products Injuries

When you buy a product, you have a responsibility to use it as the maker intended and according to instructions provided by the manufacturer. On the other side of the equation, the manufacturer has an obligation to ensure that its product is safe, works as advertised and to educate users. If it does not, there is a risk of injury. If you fall victim to such negligence, you have a right to seek recovery for pain and suffering.

What Makes a Product Defective?

When a product breaks or causes an injury, people often refer to it as a defective product. In the legal context, however, there is much more to it when making a defective product claim. In order to pursue a claim for compensation citing a defective product, you must be prepared to establish some critical legal elements.

What Can Make a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Lawsuit Difficult To Pursue?

The law provides that a person injured by another person's recklessness or negligence has a right to seek monetary compensation for losses suffered. The compensation can be for any of the following reasons: pain and suffering, wages lost, and costs associated with recovery, including bills for medical care and equipment.

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