A defective product or one with bad product design can cause serious injury or wrongful death. If you or a loved one has been hurt by a product, you have options. We can inform you what they are. We are the attorneys of the Law Offices of Nooney & Roberts. We have more than 35 years of combined experience and are able to work for you.
The attorneys of Nooney & Roberts have a comprehensive understanding of product liability laws and are committed to keeping manufacturers responsible for placing unsafe products on the market. Our law firm has established a history of successful negotiation and litigation of product claims for defects and collected compensation for decades to help our clients recover from injury.
For a free initial consultation with one of our product defect attorneys, please contact us at (904) 398-1992.
Product manufacturers, designers, and distributers are expected to make sure that the products they sell are safe for consumers who use them. If a manufacturer produces a defective product, it can lead to severe long-lasting injuries or wrongful death.
If you or a loved one were injured by a defective product or a defective good, you may have the right to seek compensation for current and future medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, loss of earning capacity, mental anguish, loss of consortium (intimacy & support) and other related costs. Nooney & Roberts can help.Florida Product Liability Attorneys
We are available to represent you in any product liability case, including (but not limited to) those related to:
- Unsafe Toys (bicycle defects, sporting good defects)
- Dangerous Drugs and Defective Drugs (prescription drug defects)
- Defective Car Parts (defective tires, defective airbags, defective safety belts)
- Lawn and Garden Equipment Defects (defective lawnmowers)
- Industrial and Construction Equipment Defects (defective manufacturing equipment, defective cranes, defective scaffolding)
- Defective Medical Devices (rollators, walkers, etc.)
Defective products are not limited to only manufactured products. Defective products can exist in any good placed in the market to be sold. Such as, contaminated food sold by farmers, markets, and businesses may be liable for damages for food poisoning, allergic reactions and other illnesses.
Whether you have been injured by a defective home product or airbag, we are here to help you file a lawsuit. A product that has not been inspected properly can cause you or a loved one permanent damages. If you have been injured by the negligence of manufacturing companies, our team of lawyers are ready to help you get full compensation for any resulting injuries. Make sure to keep the product—do not throw it away.
Our goal is to act as legal counsel, which means that we are here to work with you. Our legal team strives to provide expert service and support. The Law Offices of Nooney & Roberts will stand by your side and educate you about your case so that you can make an informed decision. An attorney from our firm will work closely with you. At our law firm, we treat clients with the respect that they deserve and we want to get to know you while we pursue your case. Our attorneys will know your name.
In a successful product liability claim, your attorney must demonstrate that a defect exists in a product, and in many cases demonstrate evidence between the defect and your injury. A thorough investigation can help to determine the existence of a defect, determine how or when the defect occurred and show how it relates to your injury. During this thorough investigation, your attorney may: review the essence of your injury; evaluate medical records/reports; evaluate the manufacturer’s process for production; ascertain whether the defect exists in other products; and consult with experts to examine and analyze collected information.Protecting Personal Injury Victims from Defective Products in the Jacksonville Area
Our product defect lawyers are available to stand up for injured people in Jacksonville and throughout North Florida, including Fernandina Beach, Palatka, Callahan, Ponte Vedra Beach, Nocatee, and St. Augustine.
Contact us at (904) 398-1992 to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our product defects attorneys. All personal injury and wrongful death cases are handled on a contingency basis, meaning no payment is made until your case is won.