WEEK 5 - WEEK 5 Dis 1 This guy owes a toy store and sells a...

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WEEK 5 Dis 1 This guy owes a toy store and sells a toy they he purchased overseas cheap. A child got hurt. A.) Do the parents of the injured child have a right to sue Eddington instead of the manufacturer? Yes, they can sue Eddington. However, there will need to be more information in order to determine if they even have a chance at being successful in winning. We have no idea what type of toy this is, and if the injury was because the child was doing something with the toy for which it was not intended to be used. Did the parents give a toy to a child that was not within the proper age range, and did not monitor the child while playing with it? B.) Can a retailer be held liable for defective products? Yes, it is the retailers responsibility when selling products to consumers, that they are following all rules and regulations in regards to product safety. C.) Is there anyone else who could be named in the suit? Yes, in addition to the retailer, wholesaler or manufacturer of the product, I would think that an exporter
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2011 for the course BUS 311 taught by Professor Parker during the Spring '10 term at Ashford University.

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