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General Motors installed defective ignition switches in over 2.6 million of its cars. Wondering how much an ignition switch even costs? Just more than half of a dollar: 57 cents. Don’t let the small price of the problem fool you, this is a serious recall; there have already been 13 deaths on account of the

Defective Products in Michigan

Tuesday, 01 April 2014 by

First, let’s ask, what is a defective product? A defective product is a product that does not function according to its intended purpose because of a design or manufacturing flaw. A defective product can also be caused by a manufacturer’s failure to adequately label the product. A manufacturing flaw occurs when, for example, a bad

Form indicating that a product has failed a quality control test.

In most cases, contracts for the sale of goods include warranties. Typically, we only think about things like warranties and product guarantees when it comes to significant purchases like cars and household appliances. But in reality, every product that you buy is a type of contract. Even if you don’t get any paperwork that tells you