Californian residents like you rely on companies to provide you with safe, working products every single day. Haberkorn & Associates is here to help in the instances where those products have defects that can cause you harm.
Negligence can create the defects in these products in some cases. This can take many different forms. For example, negligence in the manufacturing process can result in a product that has a fault that can't easily be seen by the naked eye. Packaging negligence can take the form of inadequate labeling. For example, if there's a risk of electric shock if a product is used in a certain way but that risk isn't warned for, it can be considered negligent.
Finally, there's design defects. In some cases, a product is simply more likely to have manufacturing errors, defects, or other issues because of the way it's designed. If these design flaws aren't worked out before production, or if they're actively ignored, it's an act of negligence.
In any of these cases, negligence can create a product that may end up doing you harm. The reasons can range from wanting to cut costs to simply not catching an error, but the harm done to you is the same regardless.
If you have suffered an injury from any sort of product due to defects, you may want to look at our webpage on product liability, which we've linked here. In learning more about how defective products and their resulting injuries are handled can help you prepare if you decide to seek compensation.