ure. In the case of a person who buys replacement windows for their home but the company fails to offer bolts to homeowner can put them in place which causes them to break loose in high wind and shatter across the lawn, leading to hundreds of dollars in damages The company could be sued for inattention. Unfair Business Methods
Some companies use unfair practices when conducting business with consumers , in order to generate more profits, even though this implies deceiving their customers or profiting financially. To stop illegal conduct there are many states that have consumer protection laws. The company could be charged if it engages in unethical methods.
The legal doctrine of unjust enrichment applies to all situations where one-party receives benefits from an unlawful act in the name of another, the other party is unaware of the benefit. If a contractor takes your cash for the installation of a new roofing that he had no intention to do, then there is a chance that you were unjustly enriched. It is the case even if you agreed to pay for the contractor prior to the start of repairing the home but did not know that the project would never be done. Courts have decided in a variety of cases when contractors failed to meet their contract obligations, and homeowners have been able to seek compensation for the unfair enrichment successfully.Unsafe products
A company that puts products that are dangerous on the market in a hurry without warning might be held accountable for harms resulted by the users. The roof may collapse during severe winds as a result of inexperience of the contractor. People who are trapped under the roof might suffer injuries if aren't careful.
This fault poses hazards to consumers; companies may be sued for manufacturing damages arising from the use of their products. You could be sued if you fall from the porch with no ramp, and then break your ankle because of an error in design..