For instance, plenty of people have likely heard about the injuries vehicle owners were sustaining because of exploding airbag canisters within the last decade or so. The events also caused numerous deaths. Then again, there was also the whole GM ignition switch problem that graced headlines everywhere and led to the same issues, injuries, and deaths. Of course, who can forget about the Firestone and Ford controversy back in the 90s, either? The tire failures associated with Explorer models resulted in 271 fatalities and over 800 injuries.
Now, There Is Another Threat That People Should Know About
Honda began notifying owners of 2018-2020 Odyssey minivans about an electrical short on March 16, 2020. There are approximately 241,339 affected units involved in this recall. Apparently, the accessory power outlet harness of the third-row seat can get pinched between the rear trim panel and unibody. If that happens, an electrical short can ensue, which may overheat the harness. Then, a fire could break out, putting the bodies and lives of everybody on board at risk.
You Might Be Entitled To Fair Compensation
When a person sustains injuries from a defective product, it may be possible for them to recover compensation from the manufacturer/seller for damages. It is usually not a good idea to try to take on these companies alone. They typically have legal teams on retainer who are standing by to discredit any and all claims. Not to mention, the organizations have resources and don't mind spending the money to avoid paying out fair restitution.
Luckily, Florida residents do not have to face these situations alone. Rather, they can schedule a free case review with All Injuries Law Firm, P.A., to get the representation that they deserve. Our team has over 30-years of experience in representing citizens of Port Charlotte, Englewood, Punta Gorda, North Port, and Ft. Myers. Don't fret if you do not reside in those places, as we service other surrounding areas too. Our attorneys are ready, willing, and able to go on the offensive against a manufacturer and fight on your behalf. So, don't delay any longer. Instead, give us a call today.
If a wrongful death arises from a defective product, we can help in this regard. Surviving family members shouldn't have to pay for funeral services, medical expenses, and more when the deceased party did nothing wrong and only used a company's product. Those costs can cause them to run into financial difficulties. For example, an individual could have to take out a loan or second mortgage on their home to cover the payments. Hence, if you believe that a manufacturer should be held liable for the passing of your loved one, please, don't hesitate to contact our office.