New York residents who have been injured by an unsafe product might react first with anger, thinking "How could such a faulty device be available for sale?" Of course, the primary concern for anyone who is injured by an unsafe product is to get the necessary medical attention. From there, it may be prudent to consider the potential legal options to possibly attempt to recover financial compensation.
Each year, defective products injure hundreds if not thousands of New York residents. Most of our readers have probably seen "recall" notices before, which are statements put out by companies to warn consumers of the danger of a product that is out in the market and available for purchase. When a defective product injures a consumer, a potential legal claim may exist under an area of the law known as "products liability" law. So, what are the basics about products liability law?