Product & Premises Liability Lawyers in Phoenix, AZ
- Pain and discomfort
- Serious injuries
- Permanent Impairment
- Medical treatments
- Medical bills and expenses
- Physical therapy
- Psychological trauma
- Future Lost Wages
- Lost Wages
- Loss in the Quality of Your Life
Our office will help you throughout this time by holding the negligent party liable and by helping you receive recovery for your damages. Our lawyers’ first priorities are to obtain justice for you and to hold the negligent party, whether a corporation or a business owner, liable for your incurred injuries. At the Law Offices of Michael Cordova, we work with engineers, accident reconstruction experts, and investigators to prove your unique case.
Manufacturers, distributors, and retailers of consumer products have a responsibility to make and sell consumer goods that are in compliance with accepted health and safety standards. Furthermore, they must provide sufficient warnings to consumers in the event that their product is hazardous. If the product is dangerous, they must take the dangerous product off the market in order to protect the general public. Yet, because of corporate greed, irresponsibility, or simple incompetence, they do not always comply with their responsibilities.
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Property owners have a responsibility to maintain their premises in order to avoid accidents and dangerous conditions. If you were harmed because of an unsafe premise, the person or business who owns the premise is responsible for any of your sustained injuries.
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Our lawyers have substantial experience in representing people who have been injured due to the negligence of others. If you or a family member was injured as a result of a defective product or injured on the premises of another, please contact your local Phoenix lawyers for a free, personal, and confidential consultation.
You can contact the Law Offices of Michael Cordova by calling us at (602) 265-6700, by completing our confidential Case Evaluation Form, or by utilizing our online chat services.