Product Liability

Product Liability Attorneys with Integrity and Determination

We hold businesses accountable for defective products and negligent practices

As a consumer, you have a right to expect that the products you use are safe and work as advertised. Unfortunately, many companies fail to put adequate quality controls into place, or even outright lie about their products. To hold those businesses accountable for the consequences of their action or inaction, you'll need the help of a skilled product liability attorney.

The corporation that caused your injury or the death of your loved one often only care about the bottom line. That's why businesses and their insurance companies aggressively fight product defect claims. They want to make your case go away.

When you're going through one of the most difficult times of your life and facing powerful interests, you will need an advocate on your side who cares and who has the right stuff to get you the results you need.

Attorney Alyson Oliver, founder and managing partner of the Oliver Law Group, P.C., has extensive experience as a product liability lawyer representing individuals, classes and the community at large. Some of our most common product liability cases include:

Our legal team will thoroughly investigate the facts of your case and do whatever it takes to bring the manufacturer to justice.

Consumers have every right to expect their products to function safely, but too often, companies cut corners and engage in dangerous practices in the name of maximizing their profits. If you've been injured or suffered financial loss due to a faulty product, Alyson Oliver will advocate for you and help you fight back. Contact us with details of your product liability case to schedule a free consultation.

Defective Products

Every year, thousands of people are injured due to products that did not work as intended due to shoddy manufacturing or poor quality control. Some of the most common products to cause injury due to defects are:

  • Automobiles
  • Toys and Children's Products
  • Building Materials
  • Machinery
  • Furniture
  • Household Appliances

When companies fail to provide safe merchandise or clearly spell out the safety risks associated with their products, injuries happen, and injured parties have the right to compensation. Our attorneys will do what it takes to hold those negligent companies accountable and get you the compensation you deserve.

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Drugs, Supplements and Medical Devices

Even with the FDA's oversight of pharmaceutical manufacturers, it is quite common for bad drugs to reach the market and cause serious harm to patients. This is even more common in the supplement industry, which is largely unregulated. Medical equipment, too, is a common source of injuries, some of them serious or life-threatening.

Litigating product liability claims involving medications or medical devices is a complex and specialized area of law, and the corporations involved have great resources at their disposal to make their own case. If you or a loved one has been injured due to a faulty medical product, you'll need an experienced attorney from our firm on your side to recover damages.

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Class Actions

A class action suit is a lawsuit in which multiple victims, such as users of a defective product or harmful drug, file suit against a single corporation to recover damages. In addition to collecting financial compensation for the plaintiffs, class action lawsuits often spur industry reforms that will stop other consumers from being injured in the future. The class action process is highly complex and requires an experienced attorney with extensive knowledge of this complex field to move a case forward. That's why we recommend you contact our firm right away.

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Mass Torts

Much like a class action, a mass tort is a lawsuit in which a large number of plaintiffs file suit together against one or a few corporate defendants. Mass torts for product liability are usually filed in cases where a product has one of three defects:

  • Manufacturing defects; that is, issues in the manufacturing process that arise from poor workmanship or low-quality materials.
  • Design defects; that is, cases where the product is inherently dangerous or useless even when properly manufactured.
  • Failure-to-warn defects; that is, cases where a product contains nonobvious dangers that carry an injury risk, which could have been mitigated through warnings to the user.

Mass torts are potentially "game-changing" cases in that, in addition to recovering significant damages for injured parties, they can force significant industry reforms to prevent future injuries from occurring. Attorney Alyson Oliver has extensive experience handling precisely these kinds of cases.

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