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When you use a product from a licensed and approved company in the United States, you are right to expect that the product will function as expected. The Consumer Product Safety Commission is one of the number of governing bodies in the US that focuses solely on consumer safety or includes this focus in a broader scope. Companies are expected to test their products through every step of their design and manufacturing processes to ensure that the design itself is free of defects or inherent danger. And also that the manufacturing process produces high-quality units that will function as expected. Unfortunately, even the most diligent company may overlook serious flaws, and each of these failures to recognize danger to consumers puts all at risk of an avoidable accident. 

A person who is injured while using a product as directed, due to no fault of their own, may be entitled to compensation, either through an individual injury claim or in a class-action lawsuit. Class action lawsuits are common when the accident is the result of a design flaw or a failure to provide adequate warnings and instructions on a product. While an individual injury case is more likely to stem from a one-off manufacturing defect or another issue uniquely impacting the victim. Regardless of how your accident will be handled through the legal system, it is important that you are partnered with an experienced attorney from day one. They can help you navigate what is almost certain to be a complicated — and possibly contentious — process. 

1-800-Injured Will Connect You With an Attorney In Your Area For Free

1-800-Injured is an attorney and medical referral service. When you contact us about your personal injury, we will connect you with an attorney in your area for a free case evaluation and consultation. This allows you to discuss the specifics of your situation with an experienced, proven legal professional. After an accident, it can feel almost impossible to take on the extra burden of reaching out to law firms in the hopes of connecting with a lawyer who is ready to take your case. Too often, people overlook this critical step and push forward with a claim on their own. The reality is that insurance companies and defense attorneys are the ones who benefit when a victim represents themselves through this process, so finding a lawyer simply and easily is the best way to get started. 

When you have the team at 1-800-Injured working to connect you with an attorney, you can stay focused on getting the care and treatment you need without the added stress of more administrative work. You have enough to handle as it is, so the sooner you contact us, the sooner you will be able to speak with a lawyer about your unique situation and learn more about how they are ready to fight for the money you deserve.

Common Types of Product Liability Issues

The following are just three of the many different issues that could cause a product liability accident. Whether or not you see your situation mentioned below, we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible. Once connected with an attorney, you will be able to go through the details of your case and learn more about how your accident may entitle you to damages through a personal injury claim. 

Dangerous or Defective Product Design

Sometimes, a company will develop a product and fail to recognize a dangerous issue that is inherent in the design until it is released to the general public. At this point, a company may realize that users interact with the product in a way that diverges from their own original intent. Or that the product functions differently in certain conditions, and these users are at significant risk of injury as a result of this oversight. 

Failure to Warn

“Failure to warn” is a blanket way of saying that a company failed to provide adequate warnings of the inherent risks of using their product; or that they failed to provide appropriate instructions to help users interact with the product in the intended manner. Either situation can lead to serious or fatal injuries as a result. Suppose you have been injured while using a product due to a lack of proper instruction or warnings of possible risks. In that case, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and the many associated damages.

Manufacturing Defects

Even a perfectly designed product with adequate instructions and extensive warnings may still put users at risk of injury, especially due to manufacturing defects that were overlooked during the quality control process before the product was either assembled or packaged for sale and distribution. In this case, it may seem like it’s just you against a massive corporation — as opposed to common class-action lawsuits when a company fails to address a widespread design defect or failure to warn. But working with an experienced personal injury attorney in Tampa can give you the support you need to move forward with your case.

The Importance of Hiring a Product Liability Lawyer in Tampa

When you are preparing to seek compensation from a major company after an accident stemming from a product liability issue, you will benefit greatly from partnering with an experienced attorney who can help you through this process. Companies have legal teams on retainer to help them resolve their legal issues as aggressively as possible, and these teams will work to keep you from getting the money you truly deserve. This can be an overwhelming experience, especially while you are trying to recover from your injuries. 
When you are partnered with an attorney, they will be able to help you understand the many complexities of this situation as they build a compelling legal case and work on your behalf with the attorneys representing the at-fault company. At the same time, you will be able to focus on your recovery without having to take on the emotional burden that comes with filing a lawsuit or claim against a major company that is focused on not paying you the money you truly deserve.

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