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Product Liability

July 22, 2024

This article provided by Michael H. Doran, Esq. of the firm Doran & Murphy, LLP.

Products liability is a legal remedy against the manufacturers and sellers of defective products. In general, products liability makes a company strictly liable to an injured consumer when the company fails produce a safe product, or fails to warn the consumer of risks associated with the use of its product. Strict liability means that the company will have to compensate an injured consumer regardless of the company's fault. If you were seriously injured by a defective product or hurt because you were not properly warned of the product's possible dangers, you should consult an attorney who specializes in products liability actions. The statute of limitations in New York State for products liability cases is usually three years or less. Once the statute of limitations elapses, you can be prevented from bringing suit; thus, you should seek the advice of any attorney in a timely manner.



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