Products that we use regularly can leave us seriously injured.
Household goods, machinery, medical devices, and prescription drugs can be dangerous or defective products that put consumers at risk for catastrophic injury or even death. Unfortunately, many product manufacturers and distributors put profit over safety. Mase Mebane has the resources and experience to stand up to the corporations that jeopardize everyone’s safety by selling dangerous and defective products.
- Products could be defective or dangerous as a result of:
- Manufacturing defects
- Design defects
- Inadequate or no warnings
Manufacturers and other businesses in the chain of distribution can be held strictly liable for injuries caused by their defective or dangerous products.
This means manufacturers or sellers of a defective or dangerous product can be automatically liable for any injuries caused by their product, even if they were not negligent. Generally, the law requires manufacturers and those in the chain of distribution to impliedly warrant their products for “merchantability” or “fitness for a particular purpose.” If the product itself is dangerous or defective, the companies that made or sold the product can be liable for any injuries their products cause. Click here to read about a rollover case we successfully handled.
If you were injured as a result of a dangerous or defective product, you could have a claim for:
- Strict liability
- Breach of warranty
- Violation of Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act
Products liability claims can be extremely complex and time-consuming since consumers have to prove the product was defective or dangerous. Mase Mebane in Miami, Florida, knows how to pursue these claims on your behalf to get you the compensation you deserve.Back to Personal Injury and Wrongful Death