Standing Up to Corporations that Injure Consumers with Defective Products
There are hundreds of millions of products sold on Amazon alone, and this does not include many products that you purchase directly from retail establishments. Companies that manufacture all of these different products have a duty to ensure the products are safe for consumers when used as intended. Consumers should also be notified of any necessary warnings regarding the risks of a particular product.
Unfortunately, corporations can make mistakes or cut corners, which can lead to defective and dangerous products on the market. These products cause accidents and injuries to unknowing consumers on a regular basis. If you suffered injuries due to product malfunction, you should learn about your legal rights. Consult with a defective products lawyer in Orange County and Osceola County at The Law Offices of Jerrod Paul, P.A. today.
Common Products in Injury Cases
Almost any type of product has the potential to be defective, though some are commonly involved in personal injury claims. These include:
- Motor vehicles
- Infant and child products and toys
- Household appliances
- Pharmaceuticals and medical devices
- Recreational equipment
- Safety equipment
If you or someone in your family suffered injuries because of any type of defective product, you have the right to hold the manufacturer liable for your medical expenses and other losses. Claims against large corporations are intimidating, so you need an attorney with the experience and resources to go up against these companies without backing down.
Contact a Defective Products Lawyer in Orlando to Discuss Your Legal Options
The Law Offices of Jerrod Paul, P.A. handles many claims against large corporations, and we know how to fight for your rights after an injury. Call 844.500.PAUL or contact us online to speak with an Orlando defective products attorney for free.
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