The law of product liability is found mainly in common law and the Uniform Commercial Code. Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code addresses the sale of goods, and has been adopted by many states. “Product liability” exists if a product contains inherent defects that cause harm to the consumer of the product. Product liability can be a very confusing area of law. There is no federal products liability law, therefore product liability cases can vary widely from state to state.
If you have been injured by a defective product, you should contact a lawyer with experience in product liability law. The lawyers at the Rasansky law Firm have extensive experience in cases involving product liability.