How to get compensation for an injury you got because of a dysfunctional product:
We have experience representing consumers who have been injured by defective or inherently dangerous products. We build strong cases for our clients and pursue the maximum amount of compensation from those responsible for product safety, including:
Consumer safety is governed by federal and state laws and regulatory agencies — such as the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Utah Division of Consumer Protection. In addition, the U.S. Federal Drug Administration oversees drugs, cosmetics, and medical devices and the U.S. Department of Agriculture regulates food safety.
We remain up-to-date on the latest product recalls and safety studies and we know the standards set by relevant government and trade organizations for a product’s design, production, transport, and sale. We determine whether your injuries resulted from one of the main product liability theories:
Negligence — of a person or company who had a legal duty regarding the product
Breach of warranty — of a company’s express or implied warranties that resulted in your injury
Misrepresentation — of a product’s safety through false advertising or marketing claims
Strict liability — of corporations responsible for products that are inherently dangerous or harmful
If you have any questions about your case call us now at (801)303-5800 or email us at email@example.com so you can find out about your case. Feel free to set up an appointment so we can help you receive the compensation you deserve. For our records, when you call in please mention the code 15-O so we can schedule a free 30-minute consultation for you.
Cameron JohnsonProducts Liability Law – Christensen Law