Improvements in technology and the process of globalization have enabled consumers to choose from a wider array of products than ever before. This is a positive development in many ways, but it also has its drawbacks. For example, many of us now buy products without considering where they were made – or how closely their production is overseen. Additionally, the sheer volume of products that have entered the marketplace has increased exponentially. Although the government and various consumer protection groups attempt to monitor the influx of new products in the marketplace, it has become an increasingly tiresome and unrealistic task. Much of the time, the dangers of a product are not widely known until it is too late.
Products with design or manufacturing defects can pose significant risks to thousands, if not millions of consumers. If you or a loved one has been harmed by such a product, you may deserve compensation for the losses you have suffered. The Bruner Firm can help. Fill out our contact form or call 1-800-BRUNER-1 today.