Defective Products

Product manufacturers have a legal obligation to ensure that their goods do not cause injury to unsuspecting consumers and users. Despite this though, manufacturers often release defective products into the marketplace. These products may be faulty car parts or tires; related to automotive recalls; consumer goods; failed or explosive heavy machinery; pool drain covers; medical devices; children’s products; power tools; and other recalled vehicles or tools.


The design of these products may be flawed, or the manufacturer may have improperly assembled it. Whatever the reason for the defect, Bowen Painter Trial Lawyers investigate to prove liability and present a case of negligence.

Proving liability is a complex and multifaceted challenge. Questions range from whether manufacturers considered the product safe at time of production to what preventative measures they set in place. In addition to manufacturers, vendors of defective products may be held accountable if they participated in the production in any way, or if they made statements attesting to the product’s safety.

If a defective or faulty product has left you severely injured, or if a loved one has lost his or her life due to flawed machinery or goods, you know the damages that result. High medical bills, emotional distraught, and new physical limitations can leave you and your families’ lives irrevocably altered. Bowen Painter Trial Lawyers address these damages as well as all past, present, and future expenses relating to injuries caused by the defect, including the victim’s loss or diminished earning potential.