Have you been injured by an unreasonably dangerous product?  What if a product is unreasonably dangerous?

If a product is in a condition not contemplated by a consumer and is unreasonably dangerous, an injured victim may bring a claim for products liability.  In Arizona, if a person is injured by a product that was in a defective and unreasonably dangerous condition, the manufacturer of the product will be liable for defectively designing the  product.  A product liability action can be any action brought against a manufacturer or seller of a product for damages for bodily injury, death or property damage caused by or resulting from the manufacture, construction, design, formula, installation, preparation, assembly, testing, packaging, labeling, sale, use or consumption of any product, failure to warn or protect against a danger or hazard in the use or misses of the product or the failure to provide proper instructions for the use or consumption of any products.

Preservation of evidence is important in products liability cases.  A person injured by a defective product should act with reasonable diligence when deciding whether to bring a products liability claim to prevent the destruction of relevant evidence.  Call The Hutson Law Firm at 623-628-7400 to schedule a free consultation with Arizona Attorney Randal Hutson.