Products Liability Representation

We all read and hear stories about how faulty or unsafe products can lead to injury or death. Thousands of cases make their way through the Arizona and federal courts each year. Regardless of the case, it is generally based on the question: Who is responsible? A company or manufacturer may know that it is selling a product that is faulty or unsafe, but choose not to correct the flaw or notify consumers of a potential danger.

The Law Firm of M. Paul Fischer, P.C., handles products liability cases here in Arizona. Our team of lawyers has a proven track record of success working with individuals who were injured, getting them the compensation they deserve. We also work with experts who accurately determine design flaws. This mix of legal knowledge, longtime courtroom experience and product knowledge allows our attorneys to build the strongest case possible for our clients.

Typical Examples Of Products Liability

We consumers have the right to products that are safe if used properly. Issues of negligence often involve:

  • Children's products: Tragic stories of children hurt or killed are all too common.
  • Motorized vehicles and parts: The Arizona heat can expose flaws.
  • Electronic devices and home appliances: Samsung's issue with its smartphone is an example.
  • Medical devices and drugs: Products designed to help consumers sometimes do the opposite because of incomplete research.

Who Is Responsible?

Several parties may be held responsible for injuries caused by a defective or unsafe product. It can be the manufacturer, designer, business that sold the product or another business somehow involved. These organizations also have a responsibility to warn consumers of possible injury even through normal use.

Contact Us To Discuss Your Products Liability Issue

Action must be brought within two years from the time of injury or within the 12-year statute of repose from the time the product is first sold. Call our office in Mesa at 480-582-0043, or use our Contact page to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer.