When a manufacturer offers a warranty on their product, consumers have an easier time understanding what to expect from the product. If a manufacturer states that a product can perform some task or last so many years, it is clear what the manufacturer is promising.
But does this mean that products only have to do what is explicitly promised by the manufacturer? In addition to explicit warranties, is there such a thing as an implied warranty in product liability law?
Product liability law can be difficult to grasp, but product liability lawyers like those at Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA continue to help Ohioans understand their rights and their next steps following a product-related injury. While careless manufacturers and greedy businesses have no shortage of ways to elude liability for their unsafe products, an experienced attorney from Lowe Eklund will fight for you and your family.
So if you or a loved one were injured by a product without an explicit warranty, can you still pursue a product liability claim?