Any supplier who places a defective product into the stream of commerce is liable should injuriies occur. Placing the item into the stream of commerce is the legal touchstone of liability. My best recommendation is to retain a business attorney to protect yourself personally and to secure adequate insurance for your business. As a pesonal injury attorney, here is what product liability law is all about: [Blue-Link-Below]
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Arizona has some complex product liability laws. You could certainly find yourself being sued if you helped put an unsafe product into the stream of commerce. You should check with your insurance agent to see if you are covered for this type of lawsuit.
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