There are basically three different kinds of product liability claims. One type of product liability claim surrounds defective products that were designed improperly. Another type involves products that were manufactured improperly. And a third type of product liability claim involves a failure by the manufacturer to warn consumers about the dangerous product.
While product liability cases involving design or manufacturing flaws are the most common – and the most public – Arizona failure to warn cases do happen. These kinds of cases typically involve products that are inherently dangerous if used in a certain manner. When a company creates a product and puts it on the market to sell to consumers, that company has the responsibility to warn consumers about these dangers. If they don’t provide adequate warning, then they can be held liable for any injuries caused by use of the product.
If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective product and you weren’t adequately warned about its dangers, please don’t hesitate to contact our Phoenix defective product injury lawyers. At Breyer Law Offices, we welcome your call – whether you know you want to bring a suit against the negligent party, or you’re simply looking for answers surrounding a possible product liability claim. We can give you the information and advice you need, so you can make the best decision for you and your family.