Manufacturing defects in a product have fortunately decreased over the years because of better technology and safety regulations. Despite the trend in greater safety, there are still too many people being injured by unsafe products. A manufacturer who puts a product into the stream of commerce is the GUARANTOR of the product's safety. If you are a victim of a defective product, which, because of its manufacture, design, or improper warnings or instructions, causes you to be injured, you may be entitled to compensation for those injuries, including medical expenses, wage loss, and non-economic injuries such as pain and suffering.
These cases are particularly complex and almost always require the services of competent engineers and scientists to discover what caused the product failure and how it could have been made safer by an alternative design. The very first thing that needs to be done is to obtain or maintain possession of the product, so it can be examined by an expert that your lawyer will hire to evaluate it. Many potential cases have been lost when the product is thrown away or destroyed.