Phoenix Manufacturing Defect Lawyer

Businesses have a moral and legal responsibility to ensure their products and services are safe for public consumption. When they fail to honor this obligation, they can be the targets of legal action taken by injured parties. This particular kind of lawsuit is known as a product liability claim, and it generally falls into one of two categories: manufacturing defect or design defect.

The Phoenix manufacturing defect lawyers of Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, P.L.C. have the knowledge and legal experience to handle any kind of product liability suit. If you or a member of your family has been hurt by a badly designed or manufactured product, we can provide the aggressive legal representation you need. Call our offices at 800-763-0964 to learn more.

Recognizing Manufacturing Defects

There are three basic steps to placing a product on the market: designing it, building it, and shipping it. A dangerous error can occur at during any one of these steps. For example, a product may have an inherently unsafe design, making it hazardous even when it is built according to plan. This is called a design defect. In other cases, a well designed product is poorly built, which is known as a manufacturing defect.

It is important to distinguish between manufacturing and design defects because different parties may be responsible for each one. For example, a company that designs a product may hire contractors to build and distribute it. If a product is well designed, but was not built according to specifications or shipped safely, the fault may lie with one of the contractors.

Contact Us

Our Phoenix manufacturing defect attorneys work hard to make sure negligent companies face consequences for the injuries they cause. We can help you receive compensation for medical expenses and other financial losses following an avoidable injury. Contact us today at 800-763-0964.

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