Tag Archives: West Palm Beach Product Liability Lawyers

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Florida Resident Files First Lawsuit For Defective Samsung Galaxy Note 7

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

If you are caught up with the news, you likely saw that Samsung recently issued an official recall of millions of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones. This recall was issued after customers filed multiple reports of their Note 7 batteries overheating and causing burns and fires in cars and garages. It is no surprise… Read More »

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Liability for Defective Products in Florida: Examining Different Types of Defects

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

Imagine you buy your child a brand new bike for his birthday. He immediately hops right onto the bike and starts peddling down the street when it breaks and he falls to the street, breaking his arm. A few questions pop into your mind: Did the bike cause your child’s injuries? Was there something… Read More »

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Hoverboards Still for the Future? Manufacturer Liability for Defective Products

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

Remember when you were younger, watching “Back to the Future” and dreaming of one day being Marty McFly and getting to soar around on your very own hoverboard? This past year, toy makers turned those dreams into reality with the release of an real hoverboard. But no sooner were those hoverboards “flying” off the… Read More »

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News on the Takata Airbag Recall

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

The Takata airbag recall, begun back in November 2014, continues to expand.  According to Consumer Reports, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has called it “the largest and most complex safety recall in U.S. history.”  The recall was expanded in May 2016, and a new report out of the Senate Commerce Committee says… Read More »

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“Unreasonably Dangerous” Products

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

In 2014, General Motors admitted to serious defects with the ignition switches in millions of its vehicles.  The switches could slip out of position, turning off the car’s engine and disabling both the brakes and power steering, leaving the car difficult to control.  According to Bloomberg.com, the auto manufacturer has recalled 30 million cars… Read More »

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