Defective Products

Thousands of products are designed,

manufactured, sold and distributed to

American consumers. Unfortunately, not

all these products work as they should,

and if you or someone you know suffer

an injury as a consequence of a defective

product, Stark Injury Law is available to

assist in obtaining appropriate

compensation for the injuries sustained by way of settlement or if necessary,

the initiation of legal proceedings.

Our firm has participated in the prosecution of multiple ,high profile product liability claims, including those associated with motor vehicles and their component parts, defective medical devices, and various drugs that have been determined to be defective.

Pertinently, under state and federal law companies are held responsible for injuries or death occurring as a result of manufacturing and designing dangerous products.

Our firm works with engineers and other experts to determine the merit of a claim against a company placing the product in the stream of commerce.

If you, or someone you know has suffered injuries as a consequence of a dangerous or defective product, contact our Wesley Chapel or Tampa location for a consultation to obtain advice on how to proceed.

Depending on the circumstances, and given the current climate of mass tort litigation, our firm may associate with lawyers having unique knowledge and experience with a particular product, device or drug.

Medical Malpractice 

The death of a loved one is always a difficult and heart-breaking situation. The grief is only magnified when the death occurred due to a wrongful act of another person.

The purpose behind a wrongful death claim is to balance the harm and compensate family members of the deceased for funeral expenses, medical bills, lost earnings and emotional trauma.

While nothing will make up for the loss of a loved one, a wrongful death recovery will ease the financial consequences of the loss and serve the interest of justice.

Who Can Bring a Lawsuit?

In the State of Florida, only those who qualify as survivors can maintain a wrongful death claim. Accordingly, the initial determination to be made by legal counsel is whether or not one is qualified to initiate a claim.

Our firm will determine whether or not the client would qualify as a survivor under Florida law, and if so, we will assist in identifying what damages may be recoverable and provide for the filing of a probate estate as is required to initiate a wrongful death claim.


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