Every year, manufacturers alter, modify, or recall hundreds of products because of some problem or difficulty with the product achieving its intended result, further resulting in some dangerous condition.

For individuals injured by a product because of a manufacturing or design defect, or because the manufacturer failed to sufficiently warn of potential dangers, a product liability lawsuit may be appropriate to provide a recovery for anyone injured or killed. Claims based on a defective or unreasonably dangerous product are expensive and complicated, requiring an experienced and knowledgeable attorney. Paul Boone has thirty-five years of knowledge and experience.

Examples of defective products that may pose an unreasonable danger include:

  • Lithium Batteries
  • Smartphones
  • Tires
  • Seat Belts
  • Air Bags
  • Contaminated Food
  • Chemicals & Cleaning Products
  • Tools
  • Toys
  • Industrial Equipment & Machinery

Examples of an unreasonably dangerous product claim based on failure-to-warn:

  • cough syrup that does not include a warning on the label that it may cause dangerous side effects if taken in combination with other drugs, or
  • corrosive paint-removing chemicals sold without adequate instructions for safe handling and use.

If you or a family member has suffered an injury or been killed by a defective or unreasonably dangerous product, contact Paul Boone for a FREE consultation and case evaluation. Call 904-448-4009 and talk to Paul personally today.