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What Type Of Products Cause Florida Wrongful Deaths?

The truth of the matter is that almost any product can cause an injury or fatality. Even products we think should be safe can cause harm to people if the products are designed faultily, are made with bad materials, are manufactured poorly, or are marketed without the correct warning stickers and instructions.

Many products could cause injuries and fatalities in South Florida. Some of the categories that a defective product would fall under could include consumer products, motor vehicles, and medicines. However, when a product is recalled, there are several categories a dangerous and defective product can fall into, according the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Some of these categories include:

  • Babies and kids
  • Clothing and accessories
  • Containers and packaging
  • Electronics
  • Fuel, lighters, and fireworks
  • Furniture, furnishings and decorations
  • Hobby
  • Home maintenance and structures
  • Kitchen
  • Personal care
  • Products at public facilities
  • Sports and recreations
  • Toys
  • Yard & garden

Almost any product you can think of can or has caused injuries over the years. Unfortunately, hazardous products that have caused Florida wrongful deaths have included cribs, cradles, car seats, toys, vehicles, medications, and more. If your family member has died and you believe it may be related to a product defect, contact an attorney in Florida today.

A Broward County wrongful death lawyer can speak with you about the incident, answer your questions, and help you seek justice. Call the Law Office of David Benenfeld to find out more in a free consultation. Call 954-807-1334.

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