Avondale Product Liability Attorneys
Were You Harmed by a Defective Product in Avondale?
You have the right to expect that the things you buy will work the way they’re supposed to. If something doesn’t work right, you can return it. But some types of defective products can cause significant harm. For example, if the brakes on your car suddenly stop working, it may result in injury or even death.
If a defective product harmed you or a loved one, your Avondale personal injury lawyer will file a product liability claim. This will help you get the money you need to cover your medical bills and other expenses.
Prevailing in Avondale product liability cases requires an experienced legal team that can break down sophisticated legal concepts and explain them to a jury. Mark and Alexis Breyer of The Husband & Wife Law team have won millions of dollars in settlements for our clients.
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What Is Product Liability?
Product liability means using the law to hold companies responsible when their products cause harm. You may have a valid product liability case if one or more of the following circumstances apply:
- Sellers, manufacturers, or advertisers made misleading claims about the product.
- You were not adequately informed about the hazards.
- You used the product as directed.
- Unclear or unsafe directions created a risk of injury.
- The product is unreasonably dangerous.
- You or a loved one was seriously injured as a result of using the product.
Who Can Be Held Liable for Unsafe Products?
Everyone has a duty of care to make a reasonable effort to avoid harming people. For example, if someone makes a toy that’s designed for small children, it shouldn’t have sharp edges that could cut someone or parts that could easily break off and create a choking hazard.
When people violate the duty of care by doing something reckless that could harm others, they can be held legally liable. The loser of a product lability case is required to pay the victim damages, which is monetary compensation for a loss or injury.
Businesses have a responsibility to make sure the things they sell are safe. That’s why products must be tested to demonstrate that they’ll work as intended.
Anyone who has a role in creating, designing, marketing, or selling a product can be held liable for injuries caused by a defective product. This includes:
Products That May Be Defective
There are all sorts of products that can harm people if minimum safety standards have not been met. That’s why companies must be diligent about monitoring their products at all stages of development. It’s essential to put safeguards in place to anticipate hazards before a product is made available to the public.
If you were harmed by a defective product, your Avondale defective product attorney will conduct a thorough investigation. Then they will file a product liability claim against anyone whose negligent actions contributed to your injuries. Types of products that are frequently subject to product liability lawsuits include:
- Automobile parts
- Toys and games
- Food and beverages
- Medical devices
- Heavy machinery
Common Injuries in Product Liability Cases in Avondale
Defective products can harm people in all sorts of ways. Uncooked food and unpasteurized beverages can cause food poisoning, dangerous machines can cause physical injuries, and unsafe medical devices may lead to horrible complications. That’s why the Arizona constitution prohibits caps on damages in product liability cases.
Injuries and other negative consequences suffered by people who use defective products may include:
- Loss of limb
- Bone fractures
- Severe burns
- Brain damage
- Smoke inhalation
- Wrongful death
We Won’t Be Intimated by Anybody
The defendant in an Avondale product liability lawsuit may be a large company that’s defended by an expensive law firm. But The Husband and & Wife Law Team has the resources to take on anybody and we’ll never back down.
Our team has been recognized by Super Lawyers for outstanding service and we have a perfect 10.0 rating from Avvo. Call (623) 930-8064 to learn more today.
You won’t owe us anything unless we win your case.
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During a free consultation, we will look at the important aspects of your case, answer your questions, and explain your legal rights and options clearly. All submissions are confidentially reviewed by Mark Breyer.
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