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What are the different kinds of defective product liability claims?

Even though the assortment products causing injury is extensive, liability lawsuits for faulty products can typically be grouped into three classes. The first class involves products which were manufactured defectively in some manner, which means that an error was made either at the manufacturer or in any point between the manufacturer and wherever the product has been bought, resulting in a defective item.

The next group of claims entails defectively designed products, which means that the item may cause harm in some manner though it was manufactured correctly. This second case does not involve one faulty solution, but instead an entire production of merchandise that are claimed to be dangerous.

The third class involves a failure to present adequate directions or warnings regarding the proper use of the product causing injury. These third types of claim are occasionally referred to as "faulty advertising" claims.

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