Salesmen in the Roman Empire made a common expression out of a disclaimer: "caveat emptor," or "let the buyer beware." Disclaimers have gotten more complicated in modern times, allowing for the fact that the companies producing and distributing goods have a responsibility to keep their customers safe.
Whether it is a defective drug, a faulty auto part or simply a dangerous household product, your first instinct after suffering injury is to dispose of the product. As product liability attorneys, we want you to know that this is a mistake and may have a negative effect on any legal solution you may wish to pursue.
If you're a parent, one of the worst nightmares you can face is a serious injury to your child.