Most victims are unaware of their rights in the event they are injured by a defective product, but under Michigan law, the manufacturer or the seller of that product may be liable for the damage caused.
Common examples of defective products include but are not limited to:
– Consumer products – Airbag systems – Defective automobile tires – Roof systems in automobiles – Automotive fuel tanks
Premises Liability is the responsibility a landowner holds to ensure a visitor is not hurt by the conditions of their property. That includes injuries caused by things like broken steps, poorly lit parking lots and even injury caused by pets.