Local Lawyer Representing Consumers Injured by Defective Products
Product manufacturers, distributors and retailers share a responsibility to make sure the products you buy are safe and free of defects. Product recalls are consistently making headlines in addition to lawsuits stemming from the injuries they cause. If you suffer injuries from a product in your home there are laws that allow you to seek financial compensation.
We represents clients injured by dangerous products in Fort Lauderdale and all of South Florida for any of the following products:
Defective automobiles and components
Child safety seats
Crib Mattresses Due to Risk of Entrapment
Electric Bicycle Batteries Due to Fire Hazard
Children’s Pajama Sets Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard
Hair Dryers Due to Electrocution Hazard
Notebook Computers Due to Fire Hazard
Ski Boot Heat Liners Due to Fire Hazard
Blinds To Go Recalls Window Shades Due to Strangulation Hazard
Foldable Wood Patio Chairs Due to Fall Hazard
Zipper Hooded Sweatshirts Recalled by Kroger Due to Choking Hazard
Convertible Hand Trucks Due to Injury Hazard
Walk-In Tubs Due to Burn Hazard
Ceiling Fans Due to Risk of Injury
Snowboard Bindings Due to Fall Hazard
Product Liability Cases in Florida
Product liability law refers to the seller’s liability for any product that causes an injury to the buyer, user or innocent bystander because of a defect. The liable party can be the seller, manufacturer, distributor or retailer. Depending on your case, all of the parties that had a hand in the product can be liable for your injuries and financial compensation.
The makers and sellers of consumer products have an automatic duty to make sure their products are safe for use and consumption. However, they do not have a duty to warn users of their products of open and obvious dangers. A product liability case can involve a strict liability claim. Meaning, the injured person does not always have to prove negligence as in other personal injury cases. The injured party has to show that:
The product was not safe
The plaintiff suffered in injury
The product caused the injury
And, in order to establish strict liability in a product liability case, an injured party mustallege and prove during a trial:
the manufacturer’s relationship to the product in question
the unreasonably dangerous condition of the product, and
the existence of a proximate causal connection between the condition and the user’s injuries or damage.
These standards do not mean that product liability cases are any easier than other personal injury cases. They often involve complex research into the various corporations that are potentially liable. They can also require experts and engineers to pinpoint the defect that caused the injury. Based on the product or prescription drug, defects that caused your injury could have occurred in the manufacturing, design or marketing process.
Sample Of Product Liability Cases Alan Has Handled:
Multi-piece truck rim
Defective Food Packaging (current case)
Product Liability Damages
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured by a defective product in For Lauderdale, Florida law provides that you can recover damages, including financial compensation for such things as:
Reimbursement for medical costs and expenses (care, therapy, equipment);
Financial coverage for any permanent disfigurement.
As well as other economic and non-economic damages
Free Defective Product Case Evaluation – Call (954) 522-0207
If you have been injured in the Fort Lauderdale area as a result of a defective product, contact Alan and ask for a free consultation. He’s happy to discuss your claim with you, review what happened, determine your legal options, and help you understand your rights and options to recover the compensation you deserve.
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Sunrise | Wilton Manors | Pompano Beach | Tamarac | Coconut Creek | Cooper City | Plantation | Coral Springs | Dania Beach | Davie | Deerfield Beach | Fort Lauderdale | Hillsboro Beach | Lauderdale-by-the-Sea | Lauderdale Lakes | Lauderhill | Lazy Lake | Lighthouse Point | Margate | North Lauderdale | Oakland Park | Parkland | Sea Ranch Lakes | Southwest Ranches | West Park | Weston
DISCLAIMER: This website provides general information regarding legal injuries and their redress as defined by Florida law. This is provided for information purposes only and is not legal advice. It does not create an attorney-client relationship.