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Manufacturer Faults

From Accidents to Advocacy

    Turning Accidents into Actionable Claims

    Manufacturer faults in Nevada law refer to defects or flaws in vehicles that render them unsafe for their intended use, potentially causing harm to consumers. When manufacturers fail to uphold their duty to produce safe vehicles, they may be held liable for any resulting injuries or damages.

    Types of Manufacturer Faults

    Design Defects: Design defects occur when a flaw in the product’s design makes it inherently unsafe, regardless of how well it is manufactured. These defects affect all products in the line and may warrant a recall.

    Manufacturing Defects: Manufacturing defects occur during the production process, leading to individual products being flawed or unsafe, even if the design is sound. These defects may result from errors in assembly, substandard materials, or quality control issues.

    Marketing Defects: Marketing defects involve inadequate warnings, instructions, or labeling that fail to communicate the product’s potential risks to consumers, leading to improper use and preventable accidents.


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    FAQs About Manufacturer Faults in Nevada

    What should I do if I'm injured due to vehicle manufacturer faults in Nevada?

    If you're injured by a defective vehicle in Nevada, seek medical attention for your injuries. Document the circumstances of the accident and consult with a personal injury attorney who specializes in these cases. An attorney can assess your case, determine liability, and help you pursue compensation for your injuries and damages.

    Who can be held liable for manufacturer faults in Nevada?

    In Nevada, manufacturers and distributor may be held liable for manufacturer faults. Depending on the circumstances, liability may extend to all parties involved in the product's chain of distribution, from design to sale.

    What compensation can I recover for injuries caused by a defective vehicle in Nevada?

    If you're injured by a defective vehicle in Nevada, you may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages resulting from the injury.


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