Injured By A Dangerous Product?
If you or a loved one is injured by a dangerous product of some kind, the manufacturer and distributors can be legally responsible and liable for the injuries. But only if your lawyer can prove the product was defective and unreasonably dangerous to consumers. Most often, your lawyer needs the product itself to prove the case. So, if you are injured by a defective and unreasonably dangerous product, save the product so as to preserve it for your lawyer as material evidence in the case. The same goes for any warnings, instructions, product information pamphlets, packaging materials and boxes in which the product was delivered to you. Take photographs immediately, as well, of the product and the scene, if possible. Unless your lawyer has evidence, all the skills in the world won’t prove your case. So, don’t throw away material evidence and eliminate your family’s chance of holding accountable those responsible for your loss.