If a product carries inherent risks and I'm injured, would I be able to sue for damages?

A product may carry certain inherent risks or defined risks that have been specified by the manufacturer, safety agencies, distributors or owners. Injuries related to these risks, if properly understood by and communicated to the end user, would not generally result in liability on the part of the products manufacturers, distributors or regulators. However, even when a product user knowingly and willingly assumes a level of risk by using a product, it does not mean any and all harm caused by the product is deemed acceptable by the law.