Defective Warning

Defective Warning

A product may still be considered dangerous even if there was no defect in the design or manufacturing of the product. A claim for injury and damages may exist because of inadequate instructions or warnings. This could occur when there are foreseeable risks of harm posed by the product that could have been reduced or avoided by providing reasonable instructions or warnings and the failure to do so causes the product to become not reasonably safe.

A manufacturer is under a duty to warn of hidden dangers with a product, as well as having a duty to instruct users on how to use a product so that users can avoid any dangers and use the product in a safe and intended manner. A warning has to be clear, specific, and conspicuous so that a user can easily find and read the warnings.

 

 

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