Product Liability Attorney in Lone Tree, Colorado

A consumer often purchases an item with the expectation that it will be safe to use. However, if the producer is delinquent and the defective product injures a consumer, they may be held responsible through a product liability claim or lawsuit. If you've been injured by a defective or unsafe product, you are within your rights to hold the manufacturer accountable and seek rightful compensation for your injuries or damages.

At Landry Law, P.C., we are dedicated to providing experienced legal counsel and compassionate representation to clients in their product liability cases. As your legal counsel, we will investigate all of the facts of your unique circumstances and determine your available options to pursue damages. Our skilled Colorado personal injury attorney will fight compassionately to advocate for your legal rights and help you seek deserved compensation for your injuries.

Our team at Landry Law, P.C. proudly serves clients across Lone Tree, Trinidad, Castle Rock, Denver, and Castle Pines, Colorado.

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Understanding Product Liability

Product liability laws hold the seller or producer responsible for any injury caused by a defective, faulty, or dangerous consumer product. In the State of Colorado, the manufacturer or seller of a faulty product will be held strictly liable for injuries to consumers. Such defects are a result of design, marketing, or manufacturing.

Types of Product Defects

In a Colorado product liability claim, a claimant may assert any of the following types of product defects:

  • Design Defect: A design defect is a defect that exists in the product's design, making it unsafe or dangerous for the consumer. Even when the product is correct, an inherent design flaw can expose the user to possible injuries or danger.
  • Manufacturing Defects: A manufacturing defect is a defect that occurs while manufacturing or producing a consumer item. Such an imperfection during the manufacturing phase can automatically make an item unsafe or dangerous for the user.
  • Failure to Warn (Marketing Defects): When manufacturers do not label properly or provide instruction with their products, they may be practicing failure to warn. A product liability claim is based on insufficient instructions, inadequate safety warnings, or improper labeling.

A knowledgeable attorney can review all of the facts of your unique situation, help determine liability, and explore your options to file a product liability claim.

Determining Liability

To succeed in your products liability claim, you must prove negligence by showing that:

  • The at-fault party manufactured, designed, distributed, or sold a faulty or unsafe product.
  • The product contained the defect when it left the defendant's possession.
  • You used or operated the product in a reasonably foreseeable manner.
  • You suffered actual harm or bodily injury due to the product's defect.

A skilled attorney can help prove negligence and enlighten you about your options to file a product liability claim.

Filing a Claim

To recover damages, the product liability victim can:

  • File a claim with insurance.
  • File a third-party claim against the insurance company of the at-fault party (manufacture or seller).
  • File a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault driver in civil court.

An experienced personal injury attorney can evaluate all of the facts of a situation, enlighten you about the time limit for filing, and decide the best way to proceed with your product liability claims.

Statute of Limitations

The statute of limitations for a product liability claim in Colorado is two years from the date of the accident, injury, or discovery of an injury. However, there are some exceptions to the time limit for filing, depending on the surrounding circumstances. Consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible to understand your available damages and ensure that you meet your deadline.

Possible Damages

The following damages are recovered by filing a product liability claim in Colorado:

  • Medical expenses, including future medical bills.
  • Property damages.
  • Lost wages/income and benefits.
  • Lost earning capacity.
  • Loss of enjoyment of life.
  • Emotional distress.
  • Emotional distress.
  • Disfigurement.
  • Loss of consortium.

An experienced attorney can review every detail of your case and fight diligently to pursue the financial justice that you deserve.

How Legal Counsel Can Help

Under Colorado laws, manufacturers try to produce safe and reliable products that won't cause any injury to the consumer. However, when such a defective product exposes the consumer to risks of personal injury, the producer or seller may be held accountable. Therefore, if you are injured by a faulty, unsafe, or defective product, retain a skilled personal injury attorney immediately to protect your rights and help pursue fair financial compensation.

At Landry Law, P.C., we hope that a defective consumer product never injuries you. However, if this happens, our team is poised and ready to assist, support, and represent you in your product liability claims. Using in-depth knowledge of product liability laws, our team will fight vigorously to advocate for your legal rights and hold the responsible parties accountable. We will attempt to recover the maximum possible compensation for your injuries, damages, or any additional pain, discomfort, and suffering due to the defective product.

Product Liability Attorney Serving Lone Tree, Colorado

If you or someone close to you have sustained damages due to a faulty or defective product, you can pursue fair compensation. Contact Landry Law, P.C. today to schedule a simple case assessment. Our experienced team has the comprehensive legal counsel, support, and zealous representation you need in your product liability claims. We proudly serve clients throughout Lone Tree, Trinidad, Castle Rock, Denver, and Castle Pines, Colorado.