Defective products come in all shapes and sizes. Imagine driving your car and having a wheel shaft break due to manufacturer defects. Maybe your tires blow out because the air pressure markings aren’t correct, resulting in you overfilling them. Your child could be playing with a toy that breaks into sharp pieces, or you could be electrocuted by a power tool that isn’t working properly. Those are just a few examples of how defects can affect you in dramatic ways.
Whatever happens to you, it’s important to know that you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries in Montana. Although these products have gone through safety checks and testing, they still made it into your home and left you and your loved ones at risk.
Defective items need to be recalled, and if the product you used was recalled but left on the shelves for sale or sold without a recall even when the company knew it was dangerous, you may have a case. Companies know that defects can lead to injuries; things like electrocutions, lacerations, and broken bones are just the beginning. Some defective products could cause fires or other problems in the home that could put everyone’s lives at risk.
If you’ve been hurt by a defective product or know someone who has, please take a look at our website to learn more about your options for recouping your costs. If you had to have surgery, seek medications, go to the hospital, or arrange other treatments, you shouldn’t be forced to pay for that on your own. A dangerous product resulted in your injuries; you need to make sure that the manufacturer is held responsible for their negligence in selling this product.