Miami Product Liability Lawyer: Sean M. Cleary

In order to be successful, product liability cases need to well-documented, evidence must be clear and sufficient.

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When we represent a client involving a defective product, it's very important that our clients maintain the evidence!

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Defective Hip Implant Severe Infection

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Finding a great lawyer for your case can be quite a challenging journey sometimes, so I can say I was lucky to have found Sean on such a short time. My house was totaled because of a defective fogger and I needed legal help to do something about it. Sean handled my case in no time and fought to obtain a favorable settlement to cover my damages. Very professional, easy to communicate with and overall a great person, thank you.

Home Burned Due to Defective Fogger


Clients were satisfied by Mr. Cleary's legal services.

Defective Scuba Tank Explosion

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Clients were satisfied by Mr. Cleary's legal services.

Defective Hip Implant - Missed Work

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We were referred to Mr. Cleary by another lawyer we know, who spoke very highly of him. He turned out to be more than right. He is very diligent, extremely well prepared and very friendly. We strongly recommend Sean to anyone needing a lawyer in Miami.

Multiple Surgeries Due to Defective Knee Implant

Robert L.

Product Liability Statistics

Defective products kill more than 22,000 people every year in the United States and each year, an average of 29.5 million injuries can be attributed to defective products. Also, an average of 168,000 children is treated in the emergency department each year for toy-related injuries. In 2012, there were an estimated 265,000 toy-related injuries treated in U.S. hospital emergency departments.

In 2012, Toyota recalled over 3.5 million cars because of defective parts. GM recalled 1.5 million vehicles in 2010 due to deaths and injuries reported as a result of engine fires. 1541 home products were recalled in 2013. There were 1562 cases of fire and fire-related burn injuries, 837 cases of choking, 503 of laceration and 392 of electrocution.


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What Is Product Liability?

Product liability is a legal term involving the responsibility of manufacturers, sellers or distributors for injuries caused by a defective product. This body of law provides compensation for physical injuries and property damage resulting from defective or unreasonably...

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What Can I Recover from a Product Liability Lawsuit?

Product liability lawsuits are filed by personal injury attorneys on behalf of their clients injured by a defective, malfunctioning or unreasonably dangerous product. Manufacturing companies, distributors,...

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How Can a Product Liability Lawsuit Be Won?

Product liability lawsuits are filed by individuals who were severely injured by a defective or malfunctioning product. Manufacturing companies are being held liable for failure to provide the users with properly functioning and reasonable safe products. In...

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How Much Time Do I Have to File a Product Liability Claim?

The statute of limitations differs from state to state. Failure to file within the time limit by the statute of limitations leads to the inability of bringing legal course. Consult Mr. Sean M. Cleary to learn about rules and regulations applicable to your particular case. According...

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Can I Sue a Foreign Corporation That Made a Part of the Product?

It is possible to sue a foreign corporation for a defective product that is later sold in the United States. Having an experienced legal professional to represent you is the only way to make sure that you will get adequate recovery for injuries. In order to prevail in a...

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