Liability in a Defective Products Cases

Check out this video about liability in defective products cases in Florida. Then call Paul Boone Law for a free legal consultation.

Question:

Who is liable if I am injured or a loved one is killed by a defective product?

Answer:

People ask often when someone’s been injured by a defective product or a loved one’s been killed by a defective product who the liable party is. In a defective product situation, generally speaking, you can make your claim against the manufacturer of the product, the distributor of the product, or the retail distributor of the product. That’s the stream of commerce that your product goes through. There may be other responsible parties, as well. If your product has component parts that contributed to the defective nature of the product, you may be able to sue the maker of the component parts.

Liability in a Defective Products Cases

These are complex cases and they require time to develop who the responsible parties may be. Generally speaking, your stream of commerce entities can be responsible and those are the ones that we look at first. If you have the kind of case where a defective product caused harm or death to a loved one in the Nassau County and Duval County area, give us a call. We’ll sit down and go over things. We’ll figure out a plan that’s going to help you best.


Did you or a loved one experience an unreasonably dangerous product in Florida and have questions about liability in a defective products cases? Contact experienced Florida defective product lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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