Attorney in Sierra Vista Handling Defective Product Claims

Have You Been Injured by a Defective Product?

It appears that there are more and more defective products coming out in the market recently, resulting in serious and catastrophic injuries to others. From defective tires, brakes or even cribs, the types of injuries that can result from these defective products are many. Defective brakes have caused serious injuries and even death to a number of people recently, with the Toyota braking problem. Defective tires that separate and cause loss of control of a vehicle have also caused numerous injuries. Very common today are the severe side effects occasioned by prescription medications, which can lead to heart attacks, diabetes, liver and kidney damage and endless other symptoms.

With these types of products out on the market, if you or a loved one believes a product you have used has caused you some type of illness or injury, The Country Lawyer, P.C. has the personal injury attorneys who can help you to determine the merits of your case.

Determining Liability in a Defective Products Claim

A thorough and complete evaluation of all the facts surrounding a defective product injury or illness is essential. Being able to prove negligence on the part of the manufacturer is key to being able to obtain compensation for any losses. Some of the areas that need to be addressed include whether the product was used as intended by the consumer and whether the manufacturer had prior knowledge of the defect and failed to properly inform the public.

Dealing with an injury from a defective product is never easy. Allow the country lawyer from our firm serving Sierra Vista and Cochise County to use our resources to explore every avenue of possible coverage or compensation on your behalf. While you focus on your recovery, we will do our utmost to present a strong claim for damages against the negligent party.

Contact The Country Lawyer, P.C. for the resources and skill you need to handle a defective products claim that resulted in personal injuries.