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  1. Defective Products

    A “defective product” is one that causes some injury or damage to a person as a result of some defect in the product, its labeling, or the way the product was used. The manufacturer and others involved in the chain of commerce involving the product that caused the injury are often liable for injuries defective products cause. This liability is known as “product liability.” All states allow some form of recovery to persons injured by “defective products.” “Product liability” cases run from the obvious (a car sold with faulty brakes, a mislabeled product that causes injury) to the not-so-obvious (injury…

  2. Dangerous Drugs

    In manufacturing and selling pharmaceuticals, companies owe to consumers a duty to assure that their drugs, medications, and medical devices are reasonably safe when used as intended. Too often, a pharmaceutical company will create an unreasonably dangerous product by failing to properly research a drug’s possible risks before placing it in the stream of commerce. In such instances, without being warned in advance of using the drug, human beings serve as unwitting guinea pigs. A drug’s approval by the FDA is not a guarantee of its safety and will not shield a drug manufacturer from liability. Before selling pharmaceuticals to…

  3. Premises Liability

    “Slip and fall” is a term for personal injuries that are caused when a person slips and falls on a floor, sidewalk, stair, or other surface. An attorney that specializes in lawsuits resulting from these injuries is known as a premises liability or slip and fall lawyer. As a broad general rule, if you are the owner of a house, a building, a parking lot, or other premises, you are responsible for injuries resulting from a slip and fall on the premises. An occupier of the premises, such as a tenant in an apartment building or a store owner who…

  4. Traumatic Brain Injury

    The human brain is amazingly complex, and brain injury law is almost as complicated. If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury from an auto accident, medical procedure, or other type of negligence, an experienced brain injury lawyer is someone who understands your ailment and can get you the highest possible financial settlement to help you cope with a life-changing injury. The trial attorneys at Clark and Martino, P.A. are experienced Tampa, Florida brain injury lawyers who will be able to explain the intricacies of your condition to a courtroom. We regularly join forces with medical experts…

  5. Consumer Class Actions & Consumer Fraud

    Class Action & Consumer Fraud Cases AFO Imaging vs. Sentry AFO Imaging v. Dairyland aka Sentry Insurance et al (Case No. 08-21533, Division C) (Fla., 13th Jud’l Cir.) Second Amended Class Action Complaint Stipulated Order Granting Class Certification Class Notice Exclusion Request AFO Imaging vs. Nationwide AFO Imaging v. Nationwide et al (Case No. 08-21531, Division I) (Fla., 13th Jud’l Cir.) Second Amended Class Action Complaint Stipulated Order Granting Class Certification Class Notice Exclusion Request Chinese Drywall A federal judge gave preliminary approval to a multi-million dollar settlement from Knauf Plasterboard one of the largest manufacturers of Chinese drywall. Darvocet…

  6. Spinal Injuries

    Spinal cord injuries present some of the most heartbreaking situations a person and family can endure. If the spinal cord injury is the result of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, the injured person and loved ones certainly deserve justice and compensation for medical costs, lost wages, and ongoing care. Located in Tampa, Florida, the spinal cord injury lawyers at Clark and Martino, P.A. have more than 100 years of combined experience in personal injury trial law. We can help the spinal cord patient and family recover from the financial devastation of paralysis and other spinal cord injuries. Our Tampa, Florida…