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What is failure to warn in product liability cases?

Product manufacturers have a responsibility to include appropriate warnings that will keep consumers from sustaining harm while using their product. If a manufacturer fails to warn consumers about a known danger, victims who sustain injuries can hold the manufacturer liable for damages.

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Your evidence must show that your injuries would not have occurred if the manufacturer had placed the proper warnings on the product. If you or a loved one have sustained severe or fatal harm after using a dangerous product that contained no visible warnings of its potential dangers, you may be eligible to file a product liability claim for damage compensation. Contact a product liability attorney for help today.

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