J. Rollins Injury Law
The Law Firm of William E. Raikes III
Shiner Law Group, P.A.
Eighmie law Firm, P.A.
Sholtes Law, PLLC
Manufacturers have a legal responsibility to adequately protect consumers from defective products and when consumers are not warned that defective products are on the market the company is liable. Defective products can cause serious injuries or even an unnecessary death. Liability laws were created to better protect consumers from products that have design or manufacturer defects which may be harmful to the consumer.
A defective product attorney will help injured victims in seeking and recovering monetary damages for injuries, financial loss, including pain and suffering as a result of being injured by a defective product.
The basic idea underlying product liability law is that the companies providing the 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. Product liability law is based on the responsibility of a manufacturer or other provider of goods to compensate users of the goods for injuries caused by unsafe, dangerous, or defective products that it placed into the stream of commerce.
Issues that should be taken into consideration when pursuing a defective product injury liability claim include, but not limited to:
In the event that a death has resulted from a defective product injuries, immediate family members of the victim may seek justice in the form of a wrongful death liability law suit.
St Lucie County Florida, including: Fort Pierce, Port St Lucie, Poinciana, Buena Ventura Lakes, Celebration, Yeehaw Junction, Intercession City, Campbell.