When you purchase or use any item, you have a justified expectation that it is going to do what it is designed to without malfunctioning. Unfortunately, there are far too many occasions where a product is defective in its design, manufacturing, or its marketing and causes horrible injuries or even wrongful death.
At the Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C., we have a lot of experience with product liability lawsuits and can get you the help you need if you've suffered an injury. We are well-connected with the American Association for Justice, so we can easily network with national law firms, which is especially helpful with class-action lawsuits. For help with your defective product lawsuit, please contact us today by calling 928-778-2660.
Types of Defective Product Cases
Defective products have turned up in every industry that exists and often cause injury, illness, or death. Some of the major defective product cases often involve automobiles or pharmaceuticals. Here are some examples of defective product cases:
- Dangerous highways and roadways
- Dangerous drugs
- Defective medical devices
- Defective vehicles
- GM recall
- Toyota recall
- Volkswagen recall
When you use a defective product and become injured, our attorney can help you seek compensation for your suffering. We can make a lawsuit against the design of the product if it was faulty, the manufacturing of the product if it wasn't made the way it was supposed to be, or the marketing company if the marketing is misleading or inaccurate.
Contact Our Prescott Law Firm Today for Help
Our attorneys have over 50 years of combined experience with defective product cases and we can help you. We know how to properly network in order to get the help we need or join class-action lawsuits. These cases require a lot of research and work, which you'll get from the Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C.. Contact us today for help by filling out the contact form on this page or calling us at 928-778-2660. We proudly serve clients in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Sedona, and the surrounding areas.