Category Archives: Defective Products

First a review on statute of limitations The statute of limitations is the period in which an individual must file a lawsuit or they will lose their ability to pursue legal action for that specific event. An easy way to … Continue reading

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Under the theory of products liability, a defective product is a product which is unreasonably dangerous. This defect ends up causing an injury to the person or property of the user or a bystander. Some of the more well-known products … Continue reading

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The iPhone has never been hotter as one man in New York recently found out after suffering a burn injury. Erik Johnson, of New York, was injured when his iPhone 5C spontaneously exploded in his pocket. “When I went to … Continue reading

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San Diego parents should be aware of a recent recall related to children’s bean bag chairs. The defective product presents a suffocation and/or choking hazard, and has tragically caused the death of two children. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the … Continue reading

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