Product Liability Claims

Manufacturers, distributors, and retailers of commercial products have a responsibility to ensure that any product used by consumers is reasonably safe for its intended use. When they make or sell unsafe products, people can be seriously injured. According to statistics from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, nearly 30 million people are injured every year due to defective products.

For Toxic Torts (injuries caused by exposure to chemical substances), please read our FAQs about Portland Toxic Torts page.

Portland Product Liability Attorneys Can Help You Receive Compensation

There are laws to protect consumers by ensuring that the parties involved in the manufacturing, distributing and selling of commercial products are held liable for the damages caused by their unsafe products by product liability attorneys. Products are generally determined to be defective in one or more of the following areas:

  • Design Defects: The design of the product is unsafe, so it can be assumed that the entire product line is unsafe. If an injury occurs as a result of a poorly designed product, then the parties responsible for the product can be held liable for design defects.
  • Manufacturing Defects: The product may be well-designed, but the way in which it was made causes it to be unsafe. An example would be if a product does not meet the manufacturing specifications and causes injury as a result.
  • Insufficient Instructions or Warnings: If a product does not contain proper warnings or instructions for safe operation and someone is injured as a result, a consumer may be entitled to damages based on this defect.

If you or a close family member has been injured as a result of a defective product, you will want to preserve the evidence and consider filing a products liability lawsuit. It is important to remember to keep the defective product, or any unused portion of the product. Our reputable products liability lawyers at DuBois Law Group LLC can help with many types of product liability cases.

Types of Oregon Product Liability Cases

Our firm can help you obtain compensation for the damages that you have suffered as a result of negligent parties who create, distribute and sell unsafe products. Product liability suits have been filed due to defects in many types of products including:

  • Automotive products
  • Industrial products
  • ATVs and quads
  • Riding lawnmowers
  • Household products
  • Sporting goods products
  • Medications
  • Food products

Product Liability Claim Compensation

Our Portland product liability attorneys understand the anguish and betrayal you feel when you purchase a product with reasonable expectations, only to be injured in return. We can represent you and navigate all the complexities of the products liability laws to ensure that you and your family receive maximum compensation for your injuries. You may be entitled to damages for:

  • Present and future medical bills
  • Loss of wages
  • Disability
  • Disfigurement
  • Scarring
  • Burns
  • Rehabilitation
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Impairment

If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective product, contact our Portland product liability attorneys today for a FREE case evaluation. We are dedicated to holding negligent manufacturers legally responsible. For more information and a free consultation about your dangerous product case, please contact our experienced Portland defective product injury attorneys today. Call 503-486-3557 and let us protect your rights.

Past Product Liability Case Example

Product Liability Case Example: Toxic Tort Claim

C.B. was working when he was exposed, through the neglect of a local business, to dangerous chemicals that greatly affected his health. Having developed a lifelong condition because of this exposure, he turned to the personal injury attorneys at SDB to help him. Despite previous health problems, he was able to show, with our help, the direct connection between his health condition and the business’s negligence – and make the company compensate him. This case settled for a confidential amount.

View our past Product Liability Case examples here.