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Should I keep the defective product that caused the injury?


It’s important if you’ve been injured by a defective product, to keep that product in order to document your case. Your attorney will need it, their expert will need it, even the company that produced the product will want to see it to understand what the defect was. If you do not have possession of the product, contact and experienced attorney at your earliest convenience so that they or their investigators can get a hold of the product and secure it for your case.

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