Florida Defective Products Attorney
Stories of people affected by defective products are becoming very common. Defective products may include toys , machinery, household items, cribs or other equipment. Defective products may be dangerous when they do not carry appropriate warnings or complete instructions for use.
Defective product lawsuits have been at the forefront of the news in the past decade or so. These lawsuits can be brought against a variety of products – toys, household appliances, laptop batteries and almost any other product. Injury cases due to defective products may involve a long list of responsible parties or companies. Typically, however, three kinds of defective product cases occur:
- Manufacturing defects occur in the process of making the product (a bolt that isn’t tightened properly at the factory and results in the leg of a baby chair falling off).
- Design defects that are inherent in the way the product was designed or conceived.
- Marketing defects in failing to adequately warn the consumer of possible dangers.
Often, defective products are recalled by the manufacturer but sometimes a recall is not issued until after significant injuries have occurred.
If you have been injured by using a defective product you have legal rights. Corporations are required to make a reasonably safe product. You should save any receipts or documentation you have available including the defective product itself. Finally, you should contact an attorney (not the company) to discuss the damage or injuries you have suffered. Defective products can cause injuries or death and should be taken very seriously. Attorney McIntyre at FloridaInjuryLawyer.com can help you understand what compensation you may be entitled to after an injury from a defective product.
Product liability lawyer will evaluate cases involving defective consumer goods that cause physical injuries such as burns, fractures, head injuries and blindness. Lawsuits can be brought against manufacturers for design defects, improper safety devices and manufacturing defects, and marketing defects (failure to warn of possible hazards). Injuries, deaths and property damage from defective and recalled products cost the public a great deal each year.
A product liability lawyer will know which legal theories work best to enhance the relative strengths of your particular case and how to shore up any weaknesses that may detract from your recovery. He will also know how to research the proper ones to sue, for example, the manufacturer, wholesaler, or retailer of the product in question. Contact a product liability lawyer at FloridaInjuryLawyer.com anytime to discuss your claim.