Product liability can involve virtually any product from an instrument, machine, motor vehicle, truck, tire or other consumer product used either in the home or at work, including medical devices and medical products. Provided the product has not been misused, you may have a case.
Last year, consumer products injured more than 33 million people in the United States. The Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that unsafe products, including toys, cause about 28,000 deaths each year in the United States. The list of defective products is long and growing. It seems like every day you hear about another product that has been recalled due to safety concerns. Medical devices, automotive components, taser stun guns, toys, care seats, highchairs, hip implants, home dialysis machines, mesh hernia patches, smoke detectors, artificial knees, and morcellators are just a few items on an extremely long list of product liability cases being litigated in the U.S.
Fortunately, Arkansas product liability law allows individuals to recover damages for injuries sustained due to a defective product. Due to the complex and technical nature of product liability law, you must seek the best legal representation. That’s where Tim Reed can help. Tim and his team of experts will review the facts of your injury and determine which parties are responsible and should pay for your injuries.