People often times believe they may have a legitimate defective products claim when they are not really even sure of the legal definition of the term or how to go about bringing a lawsuit against the manufacturer of a consumer product.
If you purchased something and used it in the manner for which it was intended, and then were injured because of a design flaw or broken part, for example, you may be able to recover damages from both the maker and the seller of that product.
Our law office has handled a vast number of defective products cases over the last decade and would be happy to meet with you to discuss your options if this scenario matches an unfortunate injury you've recently suffered.
For more information about Florida defective products cases, please watch attorney Bradley Pepper in this short video.
What Is Meant By The Term Defective Product?
A product could be defective for several reasons. The design or manufacture of the product may be defective.
The product itself may be inherently dangerous. Also there could be invalid warnings or inadequate warnings or instructions on the product itself to warn of possible dangers.