Randall & Schumacher, P.A. is adept at handling product liability claims. Product liability law allows an injured person to bring a claim against a manufacturer, wholesaler, distributor or retailer of a product for injuries resulting from dangerous and defective products, including medical devices such as heart defibrillators and implantable pain pumps. Historically, under English “common law,” the sale of a product was viewed as a commercial transaction upon which only the parties to the commercial contract could sue, such as the buyer and seller. The law has since evolved to the point where today people injured from a product may bring a claim against not only the seller, but other related parties, such as the manufacturers and the distributors.
Product liability claims are generally based upon three legal theories: Negligence; Breach of Implied and Express Warranties; and Strict Liability. These theories have developed over time and have several common elements. However, the application of those elements varies depending on the facts of the case and the jurisdiction in which the lawsuit originates, making experience in litigating products liability claims necessary.
Randall & Schumacher, P.A. has the experience and knowledge to provide effective legal counsel on a broad range of product liability matters, from medical devices to building materials. Our firm handles complex product liability cases and has the professional contacts and the access to experts that are necessary to handle these difficult matters.
Our lawyers are actively involved in resolving product liability claims for our clients. We have represented and counseled product liability clients who have been injured by:
- Consumer Product Manufacturers, Wholesalers and Retailers
- Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices
- Recreational Vehicles, (such as Motorcycles and Boats)
- Industrial Vehicles and Equipment
- Farm and Construction Equipment and Implements
- Tobacco Products
- Commercial and Industrial Power and Hand Tools
At Randall & Schumacher, P.A., we believe in holding those responsible for designing or manufacturing defective products accountable. If you have suffered an injury from a defective or poorly designed product, contact our firm for a free consultation with an experienced attorney at 833-515-6101.