A dangerous or defective product
is one that causes a physical injury or illness
to a person as a result of a defect in the
product for false labeling and or advertising. Products that could be dangerous or defective that you use, drink, or take
The designer, manufacturer, distributor and seller of the products that caused your injury may be held responsible for
injuries and illnesses caused by dangerous or defective products.
Four main legal theories form the basis of a product liability claim or suit:
The Pennsylvania law of strict product liability states that a manufacturer or supplier of a product must guarantee the products safety. Either of these parties may be held responsiable for any defects in their products that resulted in harm to another person.