Handling defective product cases is often difficult and complex. That’s why only experienced or highly-competent personal injury lawyers in Clearwater handle these cases—run-of-the-mill attorneys likely do not have the resources or knowledge needed to fully investigate your claim and get you the compensation you deserve.
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In the state of Florida, the product liability statute of limitations requires that an individual files a claim for a defective product within four years from the date of the injury. If an injured party fails to file a claim in this time frame, their case will not be heard.
If you’ve been hurt by a defective product, you may be entitled to compensation from the manufacturer of the device. Manufacturers have a legal obligation to only sell items which are reasonably safe to use or are labeled with clear warning about its use. Without either of these things, consumers are put in serious danger and risk of injury.
Following are a list of the three types of defective products:
Bryan Caulfield has more than 25 years of experience handling injury claims. He has handled 4,800 personal injury and wrongful death cases from beginning to end, handling every step for his clients with competence, passion, and desire to help them move on with their lives. He has decades of experience investigating claims, asking questions and building cases that get results.