Client suffered serious injuries at work when she fell thirty feet off a conveyor designed to carry employees from one work level to another. She was injured when the conveyor malfunctioned and failed to stop when she reached the top of the lift. The conveyor had been in use for twenty-five years, and her employer replaced it the day after the accident. The employer dismantled the conveyor and disposed of many of the important parts. It appears that the employer intentionally disposed of the parts. The disposal of these parts may prejudice the client's ability to recover in any product liability lawsuits against the corporations involved in the manufacture, distribution, inspection, or servicing of the conveyor.
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