The State of Washington affords broad protection to consumers against dangerous and defective products. Despite recent efforts to make products safer, thousands are injured and killed every year. Common examples include:

  • Vehicle Related Injuries (exploding airbags, defective seat belts, detreading tires, etc.).
  • Workplace Accidents (defective safety equipment, unguarded saws, broken ladders, etc.).
  • Asbestos Containing Products (boilers, furnaces, building supplies, irrigation pipe, etc.).
  • Children’s Toys & Clothing (toys containing lead and other harmful chemicals, flammable clothing, etc.).

Manufacturers and sellers must warn consumers about the potential harms caused by using their products, and any warnings or instructions must also be adequate. If you or a loved one has suffered harm caused by a dangerous product, contact the personal injury attorneys at The Scott Law Firm, PLLC in Vancouver, Washington today for a free consultation!

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Caveat emptor (“let the buyer beware”) is no longer the law in Washington, thankfully.