Miami Defective Product Lawyer
Dedicated to Protecting the Rights of Injured Consumers in Florida
Manufacturers have a responsibility to create and sell products that are safe to use. Rushing to release a product without proper testing is negligent. If a hazard or safety risk exists, consumers should be properly warned. If you have been injured by a defective product, you may have grounds to file a personal injury claim against the manufacturer. The Miami defective product lawyers at Freidin Brown, P.A. can help you with the entire process, from conducting an investigation, establishing liability, to filing a results-driven legal strategy.
Some of the defective product cases we handle:
We work diligently to help clients secure compensation for:
- Lost wages
- Rehabilitative care
- Medical care
- Lost earning capacity
Understanding Your Rights as a Consumer
A person injured while using a product that was manufactured or marketed in a defective or dangerous way may be able to recover damages in a product liability lawsuit. This area of law is based on the responsibility of a manufacturer or other provider to compensate users of the goods for injuries caused by defective or dangerous products that it placed into the stream of commerce.
Companies that provide these products are usually in the best position to prevent defective products from entering the marketplace, so if they fail to do so, they should be held accountable. A Miami personal injury lawyer at Freidin Brown, P.A. can advise you on whether you have a claim against a manufacturer or seller and help you recover the damages to which you are entitled.
The following are some possible legal theories that can be argued in a products liability case.
- Negligence – Negligence is a lack of reasonable care in the manufacture or sale of a product or in warning about the product.
- Breach of warranty – Breach of warranty is the failure to fulfill the terms of a promise regarding a product’s performance.
- Misrepresentation – Giving consumers a false sense of security about a product’s safety is a type of misrepresentation.
- Strict liability – Where a product’s defect, although not the fault of the defendant, rendered the product unreasonably dangerous, the defendant is therefore responsible under the theory of strict liability.
Although there is no limit to the list of products that could form the basis of a products liability suit, some of the more common product categories include apparel, asbestos, chemicals, cosmetics, firearms, food, machinery and tools, medical products and devices, motor vehicles, pharmaceutical products, children’s toys, recreational products, household appliances, and tobacco.
Million-Dollar Results. Nine Decades of Combined Experience.
Our firm has recovered millions of dollars in compensation for injured individuals in Miami and Fort Myers. We are not intimidated by powerful manufacturing companies when standing up to protect the rights of our clients. Whether your case plays out inside or outside of court, you can rest assured in knowing that your case is in good hands. Our legal team, which includes two board certified trial lawyers, has 100 years of collective experience. We are equipped to tackle even the most complex kinds of cases.
Contact Our Experienced Miami Defective Product Lawyers to File a Claim Today
Being unexpectedly injured by a product can be a difficult situation. We wish to help you during this distressing time. As soon as you enlist our top-notch services, we will begin working to resolve it in the most positive manner possible. Worried about your financial situation? We accept personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means we don’t charge legal fees unless we recover compensation. If you are ready to file an injury claim, we can guide you through the entire process. Contact us today to discuss your case with an experienced Miami product liability lawyer.