Defective products are those consumer products which, through ordinary use for which the product was intended, consumers are injured or suffer adverse health consequences. Defective products include dangerous pharmaceuticals which may cause injury or even death, such as Vioxx, Zoloft, and others, defective medical devices, products containing toxic chemicals and materials, dangerous baby and child products or toys, autos, auto parts, appliances, cosmetics, food, electronics, construction equipment, and more.
If you or a loved one has been injured through the use of a defective product in Orlando or in the surrounding central Florida counties of Seminole, Orange, Lake, Osceola, or Volusia, it is in your best interests to contact the firm to speak with the Orlando defective products lawyer about your potential case. You may be able to file an injury claim against the negligent party to recover financial compensation for damages such as past and future medical expenses, loss of earnings, loss of future earnings, pain, suffering, and more. Attorney Gibson can review and evaluate your injuries according to personal injury law pertaining to product liability.
Those who may be liable for injuries stemming from the use of a defective or dangerous product include the manufacturer, seller, or distributor of the product or parts used in the product. Those who manufacture consumer products are responsible for providing products which are safe for consumers. Consumer products may be defective in how they were manufactured or designed. They may also be defective in adequate warning signs as to how the product is to be used or its side effects.
The Orlando defective products attorney can determine the validity of your product liability case and which parties may be responsible for your injuries. He can then file a claim or lawsuit on your behalf seeking damages.
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