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Determining the defendants in your case might be difficult

In our previous blog post, we discussed the case of the parents who are suing Amazon because of a sword that was sold on the website. If you recall, we noted that this case shows why it is important to evaluate the circumstances to ensure that you are naming the appropriate defendants in your claim.

When you are injured by a product, there is a good chance that there will be more than one party that can be named as a defendant. Looking into the situation surrounding the injury, as well as the history of a product might help you determine who needs to be named in the lawsuit. It is crucial that anyone who might be liable is included in the lawsuit.

We understand that this might be a complex matter; however, we can help you valuate the case to determine these points. There are some parties that you should consider as primary possibilities. The designer of the product might be liable if the design was to blame. The manufacturer of the product may be to blame if the manufacturing process was the cause of the defect. The seller of the product might also be held accountable.

In all product liability cases, you need to show why the issue occurred, how the injury happened and how the injury is impacting your life. We can help you pull the facts of your case together to present in a way that shows your claims. It is imperative that you act quickly, but don't try to rush through things in these cases.

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