Taking Action After A Defective Or Dangerous Product Causes Injury

If you feel you should be compensated after being injured by an unsafe or defective product, you are not alone. Tennessee law allows injured individuals to hold manufacturers accountable when they are injured by dangerous products.

Were you injured by a defective product at work, at home, on the road or in a business? We can help you with your personal injury claim.

What Is A Products Liability Case?

If you have been injured by a dangerous or defective product, the personal injury law firm of Pryor, Priest, and Harber can help. We have helped hundreds of Knoxville and Tennessee-area residents recover millions of dollars in compensation for their injuries,* including injuries resulting from unsafe products.

Products can be deemed defective or dangerous in certain situations, such as when:

  • Labels fail to warn of likely hazards.
  • The products malfunction.
  • Safety mechanisms are not built into the product's design.
  • Machinery products are not properly maintained in the workplace.
  • There is a defect in the product's design.

Helping You Prove Your Case

When you turn power tools off, they should turn off. When you use machinery at work, safety guards should be in place. And when you use industrial products, competent designs should ensure your safety. Defects often lead to serious injuries, even fatalities.

Common product liability claims involve:

  • Roof-crush and tire accidents with motor vehicles
  • On-the-job machinery
  • Household items, such as fryers, lawnmowers, grinders and power tools
  • Sports equipment
  • Medications and medical devices, including pain pumps

Our attorney team works with experts and our in-house investigator to research products, determine liability, assess injuries and pursue claims and compensation through settlements and in court.

Arrange For A Free Initial Consultation

If you have questions regarding an unsafe product, contact our firm for a no-charge discussion about your products liability case with a skilled lawyer. Contact us online or call our Knoxville office locally at 865-223-6303.

*Past results cannot guarantee or predict similar future outcomes.