Our daily lives have been enhanced by thousands of innovative products like automobiles, tires, medicine, power tools, sporting equipment, children’s toys and many more. We often take for granted and assume that these products are safe for use by ourselves and our loved ones.
When you are injured due to a defect in design or manufacture that makes a product unnecessarily and unreasonably dangerous, you may be entitled to compensation from any or all parties involved in the design, creation, marketing, or sale of that product. The attorneys of Abramowitz, Pomerantz & Morehead P.A. have more than 90 years of combined experience handling the complex tasks of identifying and demonstrating liability in defective product cases.
A product liability case can be brought for three possible types of defects: (1) manufacturing defects, (2) design defects and (3) failure to warn of known dangers. Defective products can cause consumers to suffer catastrophic injuries such as spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, amputations, burns, drownings, or even wrongful death. Such injuries can result from:
If you believe you might have a case, it is recommended that you consult a qualified, experienced product liability attorney, as defective products cases are often complex and involve multiple defendants (manufacturers, distributors, retailers, service centers, etc.).
Our product liability attorneys have extensive experience and resources to investigate safety issues of products through our network of engineers and scientists that are able to provide expert opinions about defective design, manufacturing and alternatives. Depending on the circumstances of the case, you or a loved one may be eligible for compensation for pain, suffering, medical expenses, loss of past and future wages, permanent disability, and other damages. We can also file a wrongful death claim if someone you love was killed in an accident due to a defective product.
If you or anyone you know may have a possible personal injury claim resulting from a defective product, our firm will always be available to analyze the situation and discuss the issues and strategies involved in bringing the claim against the appropriate at fault parties.
For more information or to discuss your potential product liability claim, at no cost or obligation, contact us or call us at 954-572-7200. We welcome your inquiries.
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