Tampa Defective Product Attorneys

Injuries from defective consumer products can be traumatic because they are so unexpected. Cases involving defective products are challenging, so make sure the lawyer you hire has experience handling these complicated claims.
— Matthew A. Crist

A defective consumer product is a product that is unreasonably safe because it malfunctions while being used for its intended purpose. Products can be defective because of their design, how they are manufactured, and how they are marketed. Products that do not warn consumers about dangers that can result from using themare also defective. All kinds of products can have defects and cause injuries, such as cell phones, tires and other automotive parts, medical devices, electric tools, kitchen appliances, toys, and household equipment, to name a few.

When someone is injured from a defective product in Florida, everyone in the product’s chain of distribution – the manufacturer, the wholesaler, the distributor, the seller, and even the second-hand seller – may be liable to the consumer for the injury.    

Choose the Right Lawyer, Right Away

When choosing an attorney to represent you for injuries caused by a defective consumer product, you should select a lawyer that has experience in these unique cases, an understanding of the defenses that defective product manufacturers typically raise, and the skills and ability to go up against some of the largest companies in the world.  If you have a question or want to learn more, please contact us.

Contact Crist Legal | PA and Tampa Personal Injury Attorney Matthew A. Crist for a free consultation.  You can Contact Us online or call us at (813) 575-5200.

What We've Achieved

  • Successfully represented a Florida consumer whose eye was severely injured by a defective power tool.

  • Achieved significant recovery on behalf of a vehicle passenger seriously injured in a case that involved allegations that the vehicle's tires were defective.

  • Represented the estate of a woman who passed away in an aviation crash involving allegations of defective flight equipment.