A representative from Silberstein, Awad, and Miklos Personal Injury Attorneys shared insights on defective product lawsuits and their impact for New Yorkers 2023 approaches. Product injury lawsuits make up around 10% of all personal injury lawsuits. Call 877-ASK4SAM or visit https://ask4sam.net/product-liability-lawyer-new-york
Silberstein, Awad & Miklos, P.C., DBA ASK4SAM 600 Old Country Rd, Uniondale, New York 11553, United States
Staten Island & New
York City Liability &
Defective Product Injury
Every year thousands of New York residents are injured
or die due to faulty and defective products.
These can include commonly
thought of items, like tools and
machinery, but also
pharmaceuticals, food, children's
products, and more.
Consumers generally trust that the products they purchase will be safe and function as
expected, but sometimes there are inherent design flaws or mistakes in manufacturing
that can turn otherwise fine products figuratively into hidden land mines.
As 2022 comes to a close, a spokesperson
for Silberstein, Awad, and Miklos Personal
Injury Lawyers shared some thoughts
about product liability lawsuits, and what
the next few years could mean for New
The Law Firm of Silberstein, Awad, and Miklos, P.C., has
specialized in representing New York City residents injured
by defective products.
The vast majority of product liability
or defective product personal injury
cases resolve down to some form of
negligence being the driving factor
that results in the injury.
Product liability laws permit claims based on "Strict liability," which can remove the need to
prove the manufacturer's own negligence, and instead can simply resolve to prove that the
product contained a defect which resulted a dangerous product with a design defect.
Working with a personal injury attorney to bring a
product liability lawsuit against a manufacturer is usually
the smoothest way to navigate the various deadlines,
hurdles, and legal processes, and ensure a successful
verdict or judgment, or maximize a settlement with the
manufacturer or insurance.
"Some of the most common faulty products our legal team sees involve
drugs, food, and heavy machinery like vehicles and construction
equipment," said the spokesperson for Silberstein, Awad, and Miklos.
"One of the surprisingly common
products we see liability issues is
something most new yorkers
encounter 3 or more times a day:
Food products go through a long process before they reach