Product Liability

Under product liability law, the manufacturer or seller of a defective product may be responsible for an injury that results to a buyer, user or, in certain cases, an innocent bystander. Under Florida law, product liability cases may involve manufacturing defects, design defects, or the failure to warn of known hazardous conditions. Those injured as the result of a defective product may have the right to compensation for their injuries.

Examples of recent product liability results:

  • $500 million verdict for the parents of a child who died from toxic fumes near company plant.
  • Recovery in excess of $30 million for the victims of an aircraft accident.
  • $11.5 million for a client who suffered an electric shock and significant brain damage from a downed electrical line

If you feel you or a family member is a victim of personal injury or wrongful death, please Tell Us About Your Case.

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