What is a failure to warn claim?

Failure To Warn Claim

A manufacturer, distributor or retailer can be held liable for a failure to provide adequate warnings on a product, if you, as a consumer, suffer an injury as a result. In California, a defendant can be held liable for a products defect or failure to warn, regardless of whether the company or business acted negligently.

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