Protecting Consumers from Harm

This area of personal injury law exists to protect consumers from harm caused by products despite using them as directed or intended. Because multiple parties can be involved in the design, manufacture, and marketing of a product, it is vital that you have the help of personal injury lawyers who are well-versed in product liability claims.

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Why Choose the Product Liability Attorney with Lyons & Lyons?

At Lyons & Lyons, we focus on safeguarding you and your family after an incident involving a defective or dangerous product. With a seasoned team of four lawyers with over 150 years of collective experience, we are adept at holding even the largest corporations accountable for compromising public safety. We are dedicated to uncovering the truth and ensuring what happened is acknowledged. We recognize the significance of compensation in facilitating your recovery, providing stability, and enabling you to progress beyond this challenge. Moreover, our efforts serve your immediate needs and prevent future negligence, contributing to a safer environment for all.

Speak with us About Your Case

Schedule a consultation with our product liability attorneys to go over your case as soon as possible. We have obtained substantial compensation for clients who have been hurt by dangerous products thanks to our experience and trusted experts in product liability. 

To prove your defective product claim, we must be able to establish that:

  • You suffered an injury or loss.
  • The product that injured you is defective.
  • That defect caused your injury.
  • You were using the product as it was intended to be used.
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Product Liability Cases We Handle

Dangerous and defective products are serious issues, so we put the appropriate energy and attention into these important cases. Product liability can involve a wide variety of products and types of defects:

  • Defective Medical Devices
  • Dangerous Drugs / Pharmaceuticals
  • Machinery
  • Industrial Equipment
  • Automotive Defects
  • Electronics
  • Batteries
  • Household Appliances
  • Household Products
  • Children’s Products
  • Toys
  • Sporting Goods
  • Cosmetics
  • Personal Care Products
  • Chemicals
  • Toxic Substances
  • Food Poisoning
  • Contamination

Determining Liability When a Product is Defective

The basis of liability for a faulty product may involve negligence, breach of warranty, or other situations where a manufacturer can be held liable regardless of the nature of the negligence or fault. The latter is part of the “strict liability” principle wherein a manufacturer, distributor, or retailer can be held liable despite all measures to ensure product safety. As experienced product liability lawyers, we know that product defects can occur at any part of the chain of manufacture:


The product defect originated in its design.


The defect took place during the manufacturing process.

Labeling and Marketing:

The product failed to carry adequate labeling for safe use or warnings of potential dangers.

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Don’t Let the Statute of Limitations Run out on Your Claim: Contact Lyons & Lyons About Your Product Liability Case

Whether you’ve been injured by a defective medical device, automotive part, household cleaning product, contaminated food, industrial machinery, or equipment, we will work to hold the responsible party accountable—but it’s crucial that you get started on your claim as soon as possible. Schedule your free initial consultation today to discuss your case. Our Expertise spans the diverse statutes of limitations and consumer protection laws across the U.S., and we are committed to navigating these complexities to secure answers. We strive to empower you through each step of the legal process.

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