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Buying or leasing a new vehicle is supposed to be an exciting time for any consumer, but sometimes the car or truck causes more trouble than it’s worth, which could mean you purchased a lemon. Learn more about what makes a car a lemon and Florida Lemon Law in the infographic below.
The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) keeps a close eye on children’s toys and products and lists product recalls as they occur.
Across the U.S., millions of people use prescription drugs on a daily basis to help them manage their medical conditions. Whether it’s to regulate high blood pressure, deal with chronic pain, or to help with mental health, there are a plethora of medications that can be prescribed to you.
Unfortunately, defective products are put on the market every day that can cause injury to you or a loved one. What’s worse is that it can be difficult to know what to do after a product you purchased causes you injury. Thankfully, our attorneys at Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter have experience handling product liability claims and can assist you during this confusing and difficult time. They can help you determine who is responsible for the defect and pursue compensation on your behalf so that you can focus on your recovery.
When a company makes a product and sells it, you trust that it will be safe and perform its intended function. Unfortunately, however, there are many times when defective products make it to the shelves and an unwitting consumer suffers personal injury because of negligence from the company. The defect can be from design, manufacturing, or a failure to adequately warn or instruct but when it causes injury, you may have a defective product case.
There’s an unspoken trust between product companies and consumers: provide a safe, working product and a consumer will give you their hard-earned money in exchange for it. What should be a simple concept is, unfortunately, more complicated than it seems.
You’ve likely begun shopping for your child’s Holiday wish list, but some of his or her top choices may not be as safe as you assume.