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Few people think of household products when they think of possible dangers within their home. Unfortunately, even the most basic of household items can become dangerous if they are sold with defects, or if the manufacturer fails to properly warn the user of dangerous chemical contents within the products.

It is the manufacturer’s responsibility to test and properly label products before they reach consumers. If they negligently produce products with defects, they should be held responsible for the injuries that the products cause.


Any product can suffer from a manufacturing or design defect that renders it dangerous to users. However, some household products are more frequently defective than others, including:

  • Large household appliances
  • Defective furniture
  • Hand tools / power tools
  • Defective grooming products
  • Inadequate warnings on cleaning products

A defect with any of these items could result in devastating illness, or injury.


Legal assistance is often necessary in household product liability lawsuits, because many consumers do not fully understand the legal processes and negotiations that are involved.

Having an experienced attorney from Habush Habush & Rottier to represent your case in a court of law can increase your chances of getting the compensation that you deserve.


If you or someone you know has been injured by a household product, there may be legal options available. Share your story with a dedicated attorney for more information about protecting rights. Call the defective household product attorneys today at 800-2-HABUSH (800-242-2874).


In order to pursue compensation for an injury caused by a dangerous household product, you must first identify the party responsible for the defect that caused your injury. This is not always as easy as it may seem, so many injury victims look to a product liability lawyer to help them identify the party responsible for their unnecessary suffering. Once the responsible party has been identified, an attorney can help you investigate the cause of your injury and build a strong case against them.