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Improper Warning Labels

Sellers, manufacturers, and marketers of consumer products are required, by law, to provide the consumer with a warning label accompanying their product. The label should outline the potential dangers of using and misusing the product. Improper labeling of a product can lead to serious injury and, in severe cases, death. If a product warning is issued, it needs to communicate how dangerous its potential effects are and reasonably convey the magnitude of danger to the consumer.

Our team of California product liability attorneys are well-versed in this specific field of law, having won hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients over the years. We have decades of in-depth legal experience and a vast array of resources at our disposal. In addition, our passion for helping our clients get the compensation they deserve is second to none. If you have been injured due to improper product labeling, contact us and we will fight for you.

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How to Identify Improper LABELING

Products may be considered defective if they inadequately warn consumers of the potential dangers of using and misusing the products. They may also be regarded as defective if the warning is omitted, thereby rendering the product unsafe. In California, Proposition 65 requires products to alert consumers if they contain materials that may cause cancer, reproductive harm, or birth defects.

Several examples of common warning labels include:

  • Harmful if Swallowed
  • Lifting Hazard
  • Keep out of Reach of Children
  • Collision Hazard
  • Danger, High Voltage

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