If you are using a product in a reasonable manner and are injured by it, you may be entitled to compensation from a variety of sources.
Whether at work or home, we use an array of consumer products each day, and we have an expectation that these products will not be harmful. Unfortunately, people are often injured by commonly used products that are defective and/or unsafe. From toys to automotive parts to industrial machinery, defective and unsafe products can be ordinary, everyday household items or highly specialized factory equipment. Likewise, the injuries can range from minor to extremely severe.
If you are using a product in a reasonable manner and are injured by it, you may be entitled to compensation from a variety of sources, including the people who designed, manufactured, marketed, and sold the product that caused your injuries. The amount of damages you may be owed depends on many factors such as the extent of your injuries and the degree of negligence of the parties responsible for the product,
If you have been injured by a defective or unsafe product, many questions will need to be answered. Was the product defective when purchased? Was the defect the cause of your injuries? Were you using the product in a reasonable manner? You will need a lawyer to help you resolve these issues as well as assess the damages you have suffered.