You might have a case and it depends upon what the type of defect it is in the product. If it’s systemic, in other words, if it’s a defect in every single version of that product, let’s just say for example, in a car, and it’s brake system was defective in every single car that had that brake system was defective, the fact that you don’t have that car anymore might not interfere with your ability to make a recovery. But if your particular product was defective and only your particular product, it’s going to make it much more difficult to prove your case or to convince the manufacturer to settle with you if you do not have that product.

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