Product Injury & Product Liability Lawyer
Every year, thousands of people in America suffer from
serious injuries or death as a result of using or consuming a dangerous or defective product.
Product designers, manufacturers, and retailers have a legal obligation
to ensure their products do not cause harm, injury, or death to consumers.
When a defect in a product causes injury or harm to a consumer, the manufacturer,
designer, and retailer can be held liable for damages.
Consumer Product Flaws
A product liability lawsuit can revolve around all types of products, as
every product is capable of being defective and causing harm, injury, or
death. For this reason, products that are made available for public consumption
must be free of defects, hazards, or dangers that could lead to a devastating
accident or injury. In Arizona, there are three types of defects that
could lead to a defective products/product liability lawsuit:
Design Defect: the defect is an inherent part of the product's design
Manufacturing Defect: the product became defective at some point during the manufacturing process
Marketing Defect: the designer, manufacturer, or supplier to failed to provide instructional
materials or warning labels on the product
If you have been injured by a defective product, you have the right to
seek legal compensation from the party responsible for your injuries.
All victims of defective products have the right to seek damages for their
pain and suffering, medical bills, treatment expenses, lost wages, decreased
quality of life, and emotional distress. However, a product liability
lawsuit can be tricky, as you must prove that the designer, manufacturer,
or retailer failed to test the products for any potential defects or hazards.
Only a truly knowledgeable and experienced attorney will have the legal
knowledge, resources, and skills to provide you with the type of representation
you need to win your case and successfully recover damages.
The legal team at Knowles Law Firm, PLC has a great amount of experience
in both state and federal product liability laws, and has helped countless
clients file successful defective products claims. When they commit to
a case, they conduct a thorough investigation, collects compelling evidence,
and interviews credible experts to prove the product designer, manufacturer,
or retailer is at fault. In the courtroom, they vigorously negotiates
for the highest settlements possible, and will not settle a case until
they have recovered a settlement large enough to cover their clients'
current and future medical bills and financial expenses.