According to New Hampshire law, Section 507-D:1, a product liability action is defined as the following:
[A]ny action brought for or on account of personal injury, death or property damage or other damage caused by or resulting from the development, manufacture, construction, design, formula, preparation, assembly, testing, warning, instructing, advertising, marketing, certifying, packaging, or labeling of any product. The term includes all such actions, regardless of the legal theory relied upon, whether strict liability in tort, negligence, breach of warranty, breach of or failure to discharge a duty to warn or instruct, misrepresentation, concealment, nondisclosure or any other theory whatsoever.
A company can be held responsible by a person for any injury, injuries resulting in death, as well as the damage to their property caused by the company’s product. If the defective product has caused suffering, compensation may be sought. Medical bills, wrongful death, injury, suffering, and more are all reasons to seek compensation.
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