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Lawyers Focused on Product Liability in Fayetteville, Arkansas

Holding manufacturers accountable for injuries

Defective equipment, hazardous or improperly labeled products and toxic exposures injure thousands of people every year. Mark L. Martin of the Martin Law Firm has spent 30 years representing people who have been injured by defective and dangerous products.

These cases involve product defects or malfunctions and toxic exposures, including:

  • Asbestos litigation
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Benzene
  • Silicosis

Products liability litigation can include all parties along the manufacturing and distribution chain, from the parts manufacturer to the assembling company and even to the retail store that sold the product. The Fayetteville product liability lawyers at the Martin Law Firm file products liability claims based on negligence, strict liability and breach of warranty.

Representing your interests against defective products

Injured people and their Fayetteville product liability accident attorneys must prove that the product is defective in one or more of three ways:

  • Design defects exist before the product is manufactured. While the product might be well built, it is dangerous to use because of its design.
  • Manufacturing defects take place during the production of the product. These defects occur when a product departs from its intended design and, as a result, becomes dangerous to use.
  • Marketing defects include improper instructions and failure to warn consumers of the product’s dangers.

Products liability is generally handled by personal injury lawyers. The courts generally impose a standard of strict liability, which means the defendant is liable if the product is proved to be defective, even if the defendant wasn’t negligent.

Knowledgeable product liability attorneys in Fayetteville

The Fayetteville defective product attorneys at the Martin Law Firm are equipped to vigorously prosecute cases involving defective product design, defective manufacturing and equipment defects. Contact the Martin Law Firm at or online today to schedule a free initial consultation. We take evening and weekend appointments. All work is done on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we win compensation for you.