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Florida Defective Product Attorneys

A defective product can incur a manufacturers’ or suppliers’ liability in the design, manufacture or marketing of a product.  The defect must be proven in order for a product liability claim to be successful.  At any point along the development of a product from the manufacture up to retail sales, any party involved in the process can be held liable if the product defect is proven to cause damages.  Product liability law is state specific, and many states have very complex laws.  In Cape Coral Florida and the surrounding counties, residents trust and respect the 25 years of personal injury expertise Smith & Valentine Law can demonstrate, and know they will fight to protect client rights in each unique case.

Under strict product liability laws, even if a manufacturer, distributor or retailer took every precaution and care in the production of a product and making it available to the public, if a defect is proven to cause damages, they are liable without fault.  In upholding these laws, the courts hope to encourage manufacturers to use better process safety to eliminate product defects.   Product defects can also include the lack of an adequate warning on a product if it has the potential to be dangerous, a faulty label, breach of warranty or lack of instructions for use.

Contact the winning team of Smith & Valentine Law for your no-charge initial consultation. The success you deserve from your defective products personal injury claim begins with your call!

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Why hire a board certified trial attorney?

Not all personal injury, wrongful death, property and contract disputes, insurance claims, and real estate foreclosures end up in court, but it is impossible to know which litigation will go to trial, and the process can seem daunting.

A Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney has been recommended by peers and judges for this special designation, and has successfully passed an arduous written exam to earn the certification. In fact, according to the Florida Bar web site, there are only two Board Certified trial attorneys in the entire city of Cape Coral.

Board Certified Attorneys are especially well prepared to be your advocate throughout court proceedings because of our acquired knowledge, experience and dogged attention to detail. We have to be able to command attention and speak persuasively with an understanding of courtroom dynamics. In a situation where one mistake can mean the difference between a positive or negative outcome, a board certified civil trial advocate like Smith & Valentine Law can ensure that your legal rights are well protected.

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