Those that have been harmed by a defective product may be entitled to receive compensation through Defective Product Lawsuits. How can you determine your eligibility to file? The best way to find out if you qualify to take legal action is to contact our firm to assess your case.
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Some products have recently caused more harm than good to their recipients and have led to the filing of defective product lawsuits. Defective Product lawsuits, like product liability lawsuits, require the plaintiffs to prove four elements in their claims.
Plaintiffs must prove or have evidence that:
The product was used for its intended purpose;
They were injured;
The product was in fact proven harmful;
The harmful nature of the product was the sole cause of the injury.
Class Action – Defective Product Lawsuits
If there are a multitude of others who suffered from the use of the same product as you, joining a class action lawsuit may be possible. Class action lawsuits have their pros and cons. The benefits of joining a class action include not having to find your own attorney and there are little or no upfront costs. In addition, the attorneys in charge of class action defective product lawsuits typically have experience with multi-plaintiff cases against big companies.
A class action may not be your best bet if you are suffering from ailments that are uncommon in other users of the product. You also may be able to attain a larger recovery in an individual suit, as the settlement amounts in class actions are often predetermined.
Florida Defective Product Lawsuit Attorneys
If you have been seriously injured by a defective product, the second most important professional to contact after your doctor is an experienced trial attorney. The legal process is complex and frustrating for those with limited knowledge of the law, and there may be a limited amount of time after your injury to file a lawsuit (this is known as the “statute of limitations” and the deadline to file a lawsuit may differ from state to state). Contact the Abbott Law Group today for a free consultation.