Product malfunction refers to situations where a product fails to function as intended or designed, causing harm or injury to the user. These defects can be caused by faulty design, manufacturing errors, or inadequate testing, and can result in serious injuries or even death. Common examples of product malfunction include defective car parts, unsafe consumer products, and faulty medical devices. Victims of product malfunctions may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages through a personal injury lawsuit or a product liability claim.
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