The Social Media Victims Law Center (SMVLC) works to hold social media companies legally accountable for the harm they inflict on vulnerable users. SMVLC seeks to apply principles of product liability to force social media companies to elevate consumer safety to the forefront of their economic analysis and design safer platforms that protect users from foreseeable harm. Only civil litigation can force social medias to compensate victims for the harm caused by their products. Successful court recoveries on behalf of current social media victims will not furnish the compensation they need and deserve but also incentivize social media companies to design safer products to avoid having to pay court awards in the future. While government regulation plays an important role in curbing known abuses, the civil justice system can force social media companies to act proactively to include consumer safety in the cost of production.