Were You Injured By A Defective Product?

Consumers trust that products have been tested at every possible stage to identify and eliminate possible hazards. Unfortunately, this isn't always the case. Some products make it to store shelves with dangerous packaging, faulty wiring or toxic materials.

If you or a loved one was injured by a defective product, you need a skilled personal injury lawyer on your side. Contact injury lawyer Tim Casey · Free Consultations · 602-842-6210

Attorney Tim Casey has more than two decades of legal experience across Arizona. He also assist family members of people tragically killed by a defective product. With a background in defense work, his clients benefit from his unique perspective on what it takes to build a strong, effective case. He has successfully tried cases involving defective products from implantable medical devices to auto parts like gas tanks and tire treads.

A Product Can Be Dangerous In Numerous Ways, Including:

Packaging: A plastic "blister pack" package can result in jagged edges when cut open. Thick cardboard boxes are often held together by heavy-duty metal staples. Manufacturers must pay careful attention to these hazards.

Materials: From lead-based paint to other toxic elements, the safety of the materials that are used to assemble the item is crucial.

Mechanical: From screws that aren't tightened to wiring that is substandard, the actual working components of a consumer product can ultimately injure the user. If you were injured by a dangerous product or a product that was recalled for safety concerns, call Timothy J. Casey. He will carefully examine your situation and provide the clear legal direction you need.

Get Casey On Your Side

Whether you were injured by a power tool, household appliance or lawn-care gear, you need an attorney on your side. Toys, cribs, furniture — they can all have defects that make them dangerous to children and adults alike. Call 602-842-6210 or email to schedule a free consultation. Tim takes personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis — meaning that you pay no attorney fees unless he recovers money for you.