Salt Lake City Product Liability Lawyers
Injured by a Defective Product? We Can Help.
Companies that design, manufacture, and distribute products—whether
they are household items or industrial building materials—have a
legal responsibility to ensure that these products are reasonably safe
for normal use. When products are defective, they can cause serious harm,
lasting injuries, and even
At Lowe Law Firm, we hold manufacturers and distributors of defective products
accountable. Our Salt Lake City product liability lawyers understand complex
laws regarding defective products, and we know how to secure rightful
compensation for victims and the surviving family members of those wrongfully
killed. We have helped thousands of real people obtain justice and financial
recoveries in the wake of serious accidents and incidents caused by defective
products and, in our years in practice, have obtained millions of dollars
for our clients. We are proud to celebrate our clients’ victories
and utilize our reputation for winning cases to negotiate favorable settlements.
If necessary, we are ready to advocate for you at trial; we are not afraid
to take on major product manufacturers, their insurance companies, and
their legal teams.
Contact us online or call
(801) 762-6808 to tell us your story during a free, zero-pressure consultation. There
are no fees unless/until we win your case.
What Are the Three Types of Product Defects?
Generally speaking, there are three ways in which a product can be defective.
It’s important to determine what type of defect a product has, as
this will usually point to the liable party.
The three types of product defects are:
Design Defects: When the actual design of a product renders the product unreasonably unsafe
for normal, intended use, that product is said to have a defective design.
Design defects affect
all products in the specific line or that have the same design.
Manufacturing Defects: Unlike design defects, manufacturing defects only affect certain products.
These defects occur when a mistake happens during production, resulting
in contamination or a flaw that renders affected products defective.
Labeling Defects: Sometimes referred to as “marketing defects,” labeling defects
occur when a product is missing important safety information, instructions,
and/or warning labels, including side effect warnings on pharmaceutical
Any type of defect can make a product unsafe for normal use. It’s
important to note that, in order to bring a claim, you will need to show
that you were using the product as intended and without any modifications
when you were injured. You will also need to show that the product contained
a defect and that this is what led to your injuries and damages. Damages
may include things like medical bills, disability, lost wages, pain and
suffering, property damage, and more.
Types of Cases We Handle
At Lowe Law Firm, we handle all types of product liability claims. Whether
a product had a design flaw, a manufacturing defect, or insufficient warnings,
we can help you hold the liable party accountable.
Our Salt Lake City product liability lawyers can help you if you were injured
by any of the following defective products:
- Pharmaceutical drugs
- Medical devices
- Car tires
- Seatbelts or airbags
- Household appliances
- Construction materials
- Asbestos-containing products
- Work equipment
- Children’s toys
- Household cleaners/chemicals
- Farming products, such as pesticides
This is not a complete list. If you were harmed by any of these above products
or any other defective product, our firm is ready to help. When you choose
Lowe Law Firm, you don’t just get a single attorney working on your
case—you get an entire team of dedicated legal professionals, medical
experts, and other specialists on your side.
Request a Free Consultation Today
The first step in your recovery is reaching out to an experienced attorney
who can help you understand your legal options based on your unique situation.
Every case is different, which is why we do not provide cookie-cutter
legal services. We believe that you deserve personalized attention, counsel,
and guidance—and that’s exactly what we provide.
Our firm knows what you have been through, and we know the challenges that
lay ahead. We are ready to hear your story, no pressure, and at no cost.
We invite you to learn more about how our team can help you with your
product liability case today by scheduling a free and confidential consultation.
Call Lowe Law Firm at
(801) 762-6808 or
submit an online contact form to get started.