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Legal Representation for Product Liability

Product Liability Lawyers

Product Liability Lawyers Phoenix, Arizona

The attorneys at Mick Levin, P.L.C. have extensive experience representing clients in prosecuting companies who fail to make their products safe for consumers. At our law firm, we honor the trust that clients place on us to represent them against the responsible manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, and retailers of defective products. We can help you determine if injuries were due to a product being potentially hazardous, whether there was inadequate protection against those hazards, or if the injuries were caused by other deficiencies in design, manufacture, distribution, and/or in the instructions and warnings provided to the user and consumer. If you're unsure of whether or not you have a claim, we invite you to speak to one of our defective products lawyers at a free, no-obligation initial consultation.

What is Product Liability?

A product is anything that is sold, except services and real estate. Liability is the state of being responsible for something, especially by law. Manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, retailers, and others who make any product available to the public can be held responsible for the injuries those products cause.

Manufacturers and sellers of defective products, products whose labels or instructions fail to warn of the likely of hazards of improper use, or products that have been marketed irresponsibly may be responsible for any injury caused by such products.

Arizona Product Liability

The law of Arizona requires that a product meet the ordinary expectations of the consumer. When a product has an unexpected defect or danger, the product cannot be said to meet the ordinary expectations of the consumer.

Product liability claims require that certain circumstances be proven before the claim can be considered successful. These circumstances frequently involve manufacturing defects, design defects, and/or failure-to-warn marketing defects:

Manufacturing defects are those that occur in the manufacturing process and usually involve poor-quality materials or shoddy workmanship. These defects can be attributable to inherently dangerous or useless design.

Design defects occur where the product design is inherently dangerous or useless, no matter how carefully manufactured. The product fails to satisfy ordinary consumer expectations as to what constitutes a safe product, or that the risks of the product outweigh its benefits.

Failure-to-warn defects arise in products that carry inherent non-obvious dangers which could be mitigated through adequate warnings to the user, and these dangers are present regardless of how well the product is manufactured and designed for its intended purpose.

Compensation Our Product Liability Attorneys Can Pursue

While every case is unique, and the exact compensation available to you is determined by the circumstances of your claim, we can generally pursue compensation for:

Medical bills

Lost wages

Diminished earning capacity

Pain and suffering

Funeral expenses (in the case of a wrongful death case)

No defective product lawyer can promise you a specific monetary award. We offer a free initial consultation to explore possibilities.

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