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Manufacturer's warnings are important in product liability cases

Have you ever opened a package and wondered why something that seems so simple has such a massive set of instructions? In many cases, it doesn't seem like all that information is necessary. Some individuals won't even read through all those pages, but they are actually very important.

Electric bike motor kits recalled due to hazardous issue

Counting on manufacturers to keep you safe these days seems like a hazard for most people if you think about the number of recalls that are coming to light recently. One of these is electric bike motor controller circuit boards. Hill Topper Electric Bike Kits with model numbers KT24WSH-BF08 or KT36WSH-BFZ13504 are included in this recall.

High number of food recalls strike fear in consumers

The news of many food recalls is leaving people scrambling wondering if they are going to ingest something that might harm them. In recent days, there have been recalls of items due to concerns of salmonella. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning consumers that more of these are likely going to be forthcoming in the upcoming days due to the source of potential contamination. In these cases, the recalls are being done out of an abundance of caution, but the situation is still scary nonetheless.

Warnings on products must be present and adequate

Products with known dangers should be sold with instructions that contain warnings. Even something as simple as the small building blocks that hurt when you step on them should have a choking warning on them. But, what happens when these warnings aren't present or appropriate?

Manufacturing defects can sometimes be very serious

Products that make it to store shelves or showrooms should be safe for consumers to use as intended. There are instances in which even the safest concept might not be as free from harm as what you might think. In some cases, defects in manufacturing might present hazards to consumers that nobody is aware of.

Recalled deep fryers pose a serious risk to customers

Customers head to Aldi to buy food and see what items they can find in the deals section of the stores. When you do this, you'd likely assume that the items you find are safe to use. That is usually the case, but there are some exceptions to this. One recent recall highlights just how dangerous these can be.

Product liability cases must be handled carefully

There are some products on the market that come with certain risks. For example, most reasonable people know that using a saw improperly can result in injuries but that to make the saw completely safe would mean it couldn't do the job it is intended to do. This is where warnings and instructions come into the picture with any product.

Product liability comes in many forms

Products that make their way to consumers should be safe to use. Unfortunately, there are many different things that can go wrong that make these hazardous. We know that when you are harmed, you want to know what happened, if it could have been prevented and what the responsible party is going to go do to rectify the situation.

Vehicles with open recalls can pose a safety hazard to others

Motor vehicle recalls must be fixed or the vehicle can't work as intended. While it is possible that some recalls aren't safety critical, many are. If you find out that your vehicle has a recall, you need to follow the steps as soon as possible to get it corrected.

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