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Defective Products Claims in Florida

Companies are responsible for making sure the products they manufacture and sell are safe for consumers. Sadly, that doesn’t always happen. Sometimes defects in products can cause serious injury or even death. At Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath, we represent people who have been injured or killed as a result of a defective product.

This area of legal practice, called product liabilty is very complicated and often involves multiple defendants, including the product’s manufacturer, distributors, retailers and even the service centers responsible for maintenance and repair of the product.

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The Florida defective product lawyers at Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath have successfully litigated against hundreds of nationally known manufacturers. We have the experience as well as the monetary resources necessary to go up against corporate giants who often have unlimited financial and legal resources. Some of the cases we’ve handled include defects in vehicle tires, airbags, seatbelts, child seats, furniture, gas grills, surgical impants, dangerous drugs and many others.

Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath is proud to represent individuals and families against corporate giants who often put their own profits over the safety of consumers. Our firm has achieved some of the most significant products liability verdicts in the country and strives to hold corporations responsible for their actions in hopes of preventing future product safety concerns.

If you or a member of your family has suffered injuries or death due to use of a dangerous product, please contact an experienced Florida product liability attorney from our law firm as soon as possible. We want to help you get the money you deserve. Please contact us and make an appointment for a free consultation. Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath assists clients throughout Florida and the United States.

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A Broward County jury awarded Denise and David Brown $35 million in a case against North Broward Hospital District, doing business at Broward General Hospital.


A Broward County jury awarded Denise and David Brown $35 million in a case against North Broward Hospital District, doing business at Broward General Hospital.


A Broward County jury awarded Denise and David Brown $35 million in a case against North Broward Hospital District, doing business at Broward General Hospital.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What’s my car accident case worth?

Insurers may calculate damages arising car accidents in many different ways. An experienced attorney can help you estimate your losses arising from medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

What if my car is hit by an uninsured driver?

If you have purchased uninsured motorist coverage from your insurance carrier, you can usually file a claim for medical expenses and property damage arising from an accident with an uninsured driver.

What evidence do you need to pursue a car accident lawsuit?

Many sources of information can become valuable evidence following a car accident. Photographs of the damage, statements from eyewitnesses, and police or DMV reports can all be relevant to your case.

What if an insurance company unreasonably refuses to settle a claim?

Though state laws vary, insurers must generally act in good faith toward those making claims on a policy. Signs of bad faith include delayed responses to claims, and denying claims without explanation.

Do I need a car accident lawyer?

Following a collision, an experienced car accident attorney can help you gather evidence, assemble documentation of your losses, and negotiate with insurers and adverse parties to protect your rights.
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When you have been injured in a car accident, legally responsible parties can include not just other drivers, but vehicle owners, employers, car manufacturers, property owners, and government entities.

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In addition to facing criminal charges, drunk drivers can be held liable in civil court for injuries they cause, and plaintiffs suing them civilly are subject to a lower standard of proof than in criminal cases.
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