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Products Liability

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Gates Law Firm believes in holding manufacturers, vendors, and suppliers accountable when the products that they make, produce, distribute, and sell are defective and unreasonably dangerous. In Arkansas, there are a number of ways a product can be defective and unreasonably dangerous, such as:

 

  • A product could have been defectively designed

  • A product could have been defectively manufactured

  • A product could have been negligently made

  • There could be a breach of implied warranty of merchantability

  • There could be a breach of implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose

  • There could be a breach of express warranty

 

See Arkansas Products Liability Act of 1979 for the substantive statutory law in Arkansas (Ark. Code Ann. §§ 16-116-101 et seq.).

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When product manufacturers, vendors, and suppliers make and sell defective products, life-changing injuries can occur. If you or your loved one has suffered because a product failed, contact Gates Law Firm today to discuss your legal options.