Have you been injured by a defective product in the Panama City area?
The Price Law Firm team in Panama City is proud to offer expert representation to individuals that suffered harmful injuries due to a product defect, malfunction, or failure to operate properly.
Florida product liability law states that an individual can seek legal action against a product manufacturer when the elements of negligence in a products liability occur. Such elements are: (1) the manufacturer must have a legal responsibility to design and manufacture a product reasonably safe for use; (2) the manufacturer must fail to comply with that responsibility; (3) the plaintiff must have an injury that is directly caused by the manufacturer’s breach of responsibility; and (4) the plaintiff must have suffered economical and/or non-economical damages.
If you or a loved one have been injured by a defective product, it is important that you learn and understand your rights as a consumer. Our expert and trusted personal injury lawyers may be able to help you with your case and seek compensation that you deserve!
Our firm can pursue legal action on your behalf if you or a loved one have been harmed by any of the following defective products:
- Prescription drugs
- Medical devices
- Hazardous materials
- Motor vehicles
- Consumer goods
It is the responsibility of manufacturers to ensure that the products they are releasing to the public are safe for normal use. When their products fail, causing consumers serious injuries or death, the victim or his/her family members can claim damages for their economic hardship, as well as non-economic losses.
Types of Product Liability Claims
Design Defects – Product design defects can describe particular products that were created in a manner that could present a foreseeable threat of damage.
Manufacturing or Product Defects – Products that were manufactured incorrectly or below market requirements may be accountable for manufacturing or production defects. Even if a product is designed with care, a manufacturer that did not produce the product properly, then distributed it for mass usage, can be held accountable for making flaws.
Defective Warning Labels – Products that may produce a foreseeable threat of harm should include adequate warnings or instructions. When a product lacks adequate caution labels or directions, it might trigger an unwary customer damages or injuries.
The Price Law Firm personal injury lawyers can help!
If you or a family member have been injured, fallen ill, or lost a loved one due to a defective product, medical device, or medication, do not wait to call our lawyers at at (850) 215-2195. We have a comprehensive understanding of product liability law in Florida, and can help you file a claim with an insurance company or pursue legal action against a manufacturing company.