How Design Defects and Manufacturing Defects Differ

Watch this video about how design defects and manufacturing defects differ in Florida. Then call Paul Boone Law for a free consultation.

Question:

What’s the difference between a design defect and a manufacturing defect?

Answer:

A manufacturing defect is a product that is okay but there was a defect at the plant when the part was made. In a defective design case where a product has harmed you, it’s the design itself that was bad. It was manufactured correctly according to the design of the manufacturer but the design was bad.

How Design Defects and Manufacturing Defects Differ

For example, years and years and years ago, there was a car that was manufactured and the gas tank was in the wrong spot. Under minor rear-end collisions, it would rupture, explode, and the occupants would burn up. That was defective design. If you have one of those cases where you’ve been harmed by a defective product, whether it’s defective in design or just defective from the plant, call us up. We’ll make an appointment to sit down. We’ll go over all of that with you. We’ll come up with a plan that’s going to help you the best.


Did you or a loved one experience an unreasonably dangerous product in Florida and have questions about how design defects and manufacturing defects differ? Contact experienced Florida defective product lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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