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Can a Retailer Be Held Liable for Defective Products?

Under North Carolina law, yes, you can file a lawsuit against the product’s manufacturer, distributors, wholesalers, and retailers. This means that your case could potentially have multiple defendants. What Can You Expect From a Defective Product Lawsuit? In a defective product lawsuit in North Carolina, you must prove negligence by the manufacturer and other defendants. Often this involves figuring out exactly what went wrong with the product in question, where, and how. You might think, “The manufacturer made the product; isn’t the defect their fault?” But it becomes more complicated when you realize that most manufacturers make products from components…

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Can I Sue Amazon for Defective Products?

You can sue Amazon, but this may not be the most efficient way to seek compensation for your injuries. This article will discuss potential options for recovering damages if you’re injured by a defective product purchased on Amazon. However, if you need advice about a specific defective product claim, the best thing you can do is talk to a North Carolina defective products attorney about the particulars of your case. What Is a Realistic Outcome for Attempting to Sue Amazon? First, let’s look at the legal precedent for suing Amazon. North Carolina allows an injured party to sue the manufacturer…

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