Does your product need a warning label?
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There are some ridiculous warning labels out there, but sometimes you need a warning label to defend your company in court.
These days, a consumer who gets hurt while using a product is likely to consult a lawyer about suing the manufacturer, distributor, dealer or rental firm. Lawsuits make one of three basic claims: The design was defective, the product was manufactured incorrectly or there should have been a warning label.
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