Design, Manufacture And Warnings Can All Give Rise To A Cause Of Action

In basic terms, under the theory of products liability, a manufacturer, distributor or seller of a product is liable to those who are injured by their product. Products do not need to be entirely accident-proof. However, they do need to be free from hidden or concealed dangers.

Whether it is a toy, food item, car part or household appliance, there's a duty to adequately design, test and inspect them all before placing them into the hands of consumers. In many situations, however, such measures are not taken. The design of a product, how it is manufactured or the warnings provided may be inadequate and can rise to a cause of action if injury or death occurs.

A Thorough Understanding Of The Complex Nature Of Products Liability

At Canan Law, we can help. Our lawyers have over 60 years of combined experience handling many types of personal injury cases almost exclusively for those in St. Johns and Northeast Florida.

We pursue every case individually because every situation is unique. The types of compensation available to you are determined by the circumstances of your claim. Most claims, however, can pursue damages for:

• Medical bills
• Lost wages
• Diminished earning capacity
• Pain and suffering
• Funeral expenses (in instances of wrongful death)

Questions? Call Our Office

If you are unsure of whether or not you have a claim, reach out to us to speak to one of our lawyers for a free, no-obligation initial consultation. Call 904-217-6209, or reach out via our online form and we will get back to you.