Questioning The Validity Of Failure-To-Warn Claims

Law360, New York (January 4, 2010, 2:52 PM EST) -- Virtually all products today come with some form of warnings and instructions. At the very least, all except the most basic of products have at least one warning label and a brief insert warning of potential risks and instructing on the product’s proper use.

Complex products like cars, tractors, or even televisions and DVD players generally have user manuals, providing extensive warnings and instruction on proper use. Some complex products, motor vehicles in particular, use technology to time the giving of a warning to the potential...
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