Product Liability

05Apr 2017

Toy Injuries and Product Liability Toys are supposed to be fun to use while providing education and enjoyment for the children who use them, unfortunately this is not always the case. Each year thousands of children are taken to the emergency room due to toy related injuries. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission […]

10Mar 2017

Device Use The Zimmer Biomet Comprehensive Reverse Shoulder is a shoulder replacement device that is surgically implanted to help restore arm movement. This device is beneficial for patients with rotator cuff tears who have developed a severe type of shoulder arthritis known as arthropathy and previously failed shoulder joint replacement. Reason for Zimmer Biomet Recall […]

10Mar 2017

Device Use The LIFEPAK 1000 Defibrillator is used to deliver lifesaving electrical shocks to people with sudden cardiac arrest, a medical condition in which the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating. Defibrillation electrodes are attached to the patient and then connected to the defibrillator to help the device analyze a patient’s heart rhythm and deliver […]

13May 2016

Risks of Talcum Powder Use When many people think of talcum powder they picture babies, diapers and baby powder.  Some may even recall Johnson & Johnson’s slogan, “Just a sprinkle a day helps keep odor away,” which promoted their talcum powder product Shower to Shower.  Products like these which seem safe and wholesome have been […]

19Oct 2015

Let’s say you or a family member has the misfortune of suffering an injury while using a product. Do you think you have a viable claim for money damages against the product manufacturer? What do you think you have to prove in a court of law? Prior to 1976 in the State of Florida, you […]