Panama City Product Liability Attorneys
Have You Been Hurt by a Defective Product?
Florida follows the Restatement (Second) of Torts §402A for cases involving defective products. In short, to prevail in a defective products case in the state of Florida, the Plaintiff has the burden of proving that a product was in a “defective condition and unreasonably dangerous” at the time the accident occurred.
Defective product cases are similar to medical malpractice cases in that they involve highly specialized areas and are typically very expensive to litigate. Syfrett, Dykes & Furr has previously been successful in representing an individual in a product liability case through its use of the Internet. You are encouraged to read the review of the defective products case regarding a former client named Bonnie.
If you believe that you have been hurt by a defective product, our Panama City product liability lawyers are ready to hear from you. Call (850) 795-4979 today.
Even though defective product cases involve highly specialized matters, the Internet has made these cases more economical to handle and has made the results achievable for the clients more beneficial. In any defective products case, the most important piece of evidence is typically the product itself as well as all accompanying documentation, literature, and evidence regarding dates of purchase.
In product liability cases, fault can lie with three parties:
- The designers who developed the product
- The manufacturers who made and marketed the product
- The retailers who stored and sold the product
If we could assist you or a loved one in a potential defective products action, please feel free to contact us for a free consultation.