Detroit Manufacturing Defect Lawyers
Nearly all types of products on the market today go through some type of manufacturing process before they make it to the shelves. Manufacturing is the essential step of taking raw products and modifying, assembling, or combining them to make a new end product. Typically, these products are fabricated without error and perform as expected. Sometimes, however, something goes wrong during the manufacturing process that leads to a defective or unsafe product. When the manufacturing process goes awry, consumers can be harmed as a result.
If you or someone you love has been injured as a result of a product defect, contact the Detroit manufacturing defect lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.C., today at (866) 644-6587 for a free case evaluation.
Types of Manufacturing Defects
Manufacturing defects occur when the fabrication process of a product does not adhere to the original design. From the point when the design is first put into action to the time when a finished product leaves the factory, the manufacturer is responsible for producing a safe product. Some of the types of defects that may occur during the manufacturing process include:
- Added or omitted parts
- Improperly assembled products
- Use of substandard or defective materials
- Use of defective parts
Any of these issues could lead to a defect that affects the performance or safety of the end product. If you or someone you care about has been harmed by a malfunctioning or unsafe product, a manufacturing defect may be the cause and the manufacturer may be liable under the law. Our Detroit manufacturing defect attorneys are prepared to fight on your behalf for the compensation that you need to help cover your accident-related costs.
For legal advice and assistance regarding your product defect accident, do not hesitate to contact the Detroit manufacturing defect lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.C., today by calling (866) 644-6587.