When is a manufacturer liable for injury caused by a defective product?

A manufacturer is liable for injury caused by a defective product when the product is manufactured in a negligent or shoddy manner. This means the manufacturer needs to produce the product in a safe and reasonable manner. Failing to do so means that the manufacturer can be sued. Going cheap on materials, making something too quick without proper care, or failing to use proper manufacturing protocol would all qualify for a products liability case.

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