Tech product liability

C.A.Goldberg, PLLC represents victims against technology platforms that negligently enabled their injury or abuse.

Our firm has been litigating product liability cases against tech companies longer than any other law firm in this country. 

C.A. Goldberg, PLLC represents victims who suffered catastrophic harms caused by dangerous tech platforms. Our sophisticated, creative team exclusively represents plaintiffs across the USA.

In 2014 our firm brought a cutting edge new legal theory against a tech platform involved in disseminating child sexual abuse material.  We claimed the platform was unreasonably dangerous and the injury to our client was foreseeable. 

Since then, we’ve used the product liability theory against almost every major platform: Snap, Amazon, Uber, Grindr, Omegle, Meta, TikTok, Google, Match Group, Tinder.

Over the years, we’ve sued these platforms for harms their platforms have facilitated including extreme stalking, impersonation,  facilitating suicides, causing eating disorders, rape, murder, trafficking, matching sex predators with children, disseminating child sexual abuse material, publishing murder videos, sextortion, and more.

Our cases have created national precedent as the world has caught on that tech platforms are no different than any other company and should be held responsible for injuries their products cause.  Like manufacturers of cars, planes, and baby cribs, tech companies owe their consumers a standard of care.  And if people get injured in foreseeable ways, it means the product is defective.

In a product liability case, an injured party may claim economic losses like medical expenses, loss of income, and property damage, and non-economic losses such as pain and suffering and emotional distress. Money cannot undo harm, but it can certainly help make life a little more comfortable for a person who’s suffered. And it can make life a little less comfortable for the entity who caused the suffering (and even encourage them to do better in future).  

Tech companies are not above the law. If someone hurt you, someone must pay.  

If you or a member of your family has been harmed by a tech product, get in touch with us to discuss your options. 

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