The law in N.J. holds manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and other parties responsible for injuries or damages caused by defective or dangerous products. New Jersey law states that an injured person does not need to prove negligence on the part of the manufacturer or seller to win a product liability case, The injured individual must simply demonstrate that the product was defective and that the defect caused their injuries. This is called strict liability. Even if the product did not contain a proper warning the manufacturer or seller may be liable. If you believe you have been injured by a product that was defective, go to markcdewland.com or call 609-472-1377 and see what an experienced, dedicated law firm can do for you.