FAQ Category: Product Liability

There are several federal laws and regulations that refer to dangerous products and the manufacture and or sale of potentially dangerous products in the United States. The following list contains several of the acts, laws, regulations and governance for consumer products.   Consumer Product Safety Act (CPSA) Starting in 1972,…

CONSUMER PRODUCTS THAT CAUSE INJURIES AND DEATHS All terrain vehicles (ATVS), Four-Wheelers, Three-Wheelers, Off-Road Vehicles Utility Vehicles, Golf Carts Beds, Bed Frames, Mattresses, Bed Rails, Bunk Beds Bedding, Blankets, Pillows, Sheets Bicycles Scooters, Skateboards, Mopeds, Hoverboards Furniture, Shelves, Stands, Cabinets, Desks, Chest, Buffets, Tables Recliners, Chairs, Sofas, Sofa Beds, Couches,…

A legal procedure where a plaintiff or a small group of plaintiffs act on behalf of a larger group or class of plaintiffs who have all suffered similar injuries or damages. A class action must have a common defendant or defendants. Class actions can arise from injuries that are physical…

A strict lability offense involves a plaintiff who attempts to prove they have suffered harm regardless if the defendant did something wrong or not – basically a manufacturer is responsible for its product.