When manufacturers make a product and put it into the marketplace, they are essentially telling people that it is safe to use. While products can still carry some risk, they should work as they were designed to. This means that using the products in the way that they are meant to be used should not cause accidents or injuries.
This standard may seem relatively simple, however, many companies fail to meet it. Instead, they create products that are dangerous to consumers. These products result in accidents and injuries even with proper use. In these situations, products liability laws hold manufacturers responsible.