Whether you are using common consumer goods or on-the-job industrial equipment, you should be able to rely on the belief that the products you are using are safe. Unfortunately, in many circumstances, people are injured as a result of dangerous or defective products. If you are injured as a result of any dangerous or defective product, you may be entitled to damages resulting from your injuries in a products liability claim. Products liability involves injuries sustained through the use of defective or dangerous products. Such injuries can be both serious and traumatic, especially when they happen to those close to us. Typical injuries sustained as a result of defective or dangerous products include, but are not limited to: physical deformity, physical impairment, cognitive impairment, brain damage, and stroke. Liability for defective or dangerous products generally includes all parties along the chain of manufacture and distribution of any product that causes an injury, and it can be traced to the design, parts, assembly, marketing, distribution, or sale of a given product. Additionally, most products liability claims are based on negligence, breach of warranty, or strict liability. Some examples of common products involved in products liability claims include, but are not limited to: automobiles, cosmetics, baby cribs, food, tools, household appliances, dietary supplements, and many other common consumer goods. Because it can be difficult and cumbersome to determine all of the potentially liable parties along the chain of manufacture and distribution in a product liability case, it is important that you contact an experienced attorney with expertise in this area of law. Chester County attorney John P. Winicov is well versed in this area of law. He will be able to answer any questions that you may have regarding your products liability claim, and he will provide aggressive representation for you in all products liability cases.