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The Major Causes of Idaho Defective Product Lawsuits

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Consumers become injured all of the time because of malfunctioning products. Whether they suffer from physical injuries, or become sick, it’s both inconvenient and costly. Having to use some of your hard-earned money because a product hurt you is unfair. This is why so many Idaho defective product lawsuits are filed every year. A variety of different situations cause these cases, but some are more common than others.

Examples of What Leads to Liability Lawsuits:

Defective air bags, seats, or seat belts

  • Unreasonably weak materials
  • Failure to label a product properly or mislabeling a product
  • Food or medicine contamination
  • Use of poisonous or toxic materials
  • Conveyor belts without safeguards
  • Industrial equipment failures
  • Failure to fully test a product for safety


The repercussions of a malfunctioning product could end up costing you thousands of dollars in medical bills. If you don’t think you should have to pay for these bills yourself, you’re not alone. The attorneys of the Morton Law Offices believe it is your right to seek damages and recover the expenses you had to pay because of the damaged product.

Idaho defective product lawsuits may help you get the compensation you deserve, so that you can put the accident behind you. Connect with us to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced and compassionate lawyers and find out if we can help you. Our telephone number is 208.344.5555 or call toll free at 888.716.8021 or complete our online contact form.

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Category: Defective Products

Alan Morton
Advocate for Justice/Trial Lawyer

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