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Miami Product Liability Lawyers

Dangerous and Defective Products

Consumers rely on a wide variety of products every single day. We rely on the designers, manufacturers and distributors of home appliances, automobile parts, safety equipment, medical devices, prescription drugs and even children’s toys to provide us with safe, effective and properly labeled products. Unfortunately, this does not always occur. There are certain instances where a product with known defects or risks is broadly distributed, causing serious injury or even death to unsuspecting consumers.

If you have been injured by a defective product, you may be able to take legal action against the manufacturer or other responsible party. A product liability claim may be filed against the company who designed, produced, distributed or sold the product – depending on the particular case. A Miami product liability lawyer at Remer & Georges-Pierre, PLLC can conduct a free initial consultation to review the matter and outline your potential legal options.

What Constitutes Product Liability or a Defective Product?

There are several different ways that a product may be defective or may cause injury to a consumer, as the result of negligence on the part of a manufacturer or other party. Following are common examples:

  • A product with a defective or unsafe design
  • A product sold that has a manufacturing defect
  • A product that lacks proper warning labels regarding its use
  • A product that lacks instructions regarding how to use it properly

In any of these situations, a consumer who is appropriately using the product may become severely injured, disabled, or may even lose his or her life.

Consult an Attorney Today!

Regardless of the circumstances that led to your injuries, you may have much to gain by discussing the matter with a skilled attorney. For your free product liability consultation, contact a Miami defective product attorney at our law firm today!

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