The manufacturing process for sports equipment, including bicycles, helmets, golf clubs, tennis racquets, cleats, and other types of equipment, is a special area that requires exceptional precision in order to keep people safe in potentially high risk situations. When sports equipment is not designed or assembled properly, or does not come with appropriate warnings or instructions regarding its safe use, it poses a serious threat.
If you have been injured due to defective sports equipment, you may be able to file a product liability action against the company who manufactured the equipment, the component parts, or even those involved in the distribution of the product. Product liability law is complex and often requires expert testimony about both the manufacturing process and cause and extent of injuries. Contact us if you or someone you care about has been injured due to defective sports equipment.