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Product Liability

airbagImproperly designed or produced products cause injuries every day in American life. Defectively designed or produced automobiles, household appliances, toys, car seats, drugs,·medical devices and ATVs all have resulted in serious life-changing injuries to the victims and their families, who must deal with the disability, loss of income, incredible inconvenience and emotional pain caused by such injuries.

There are countless products out that that can result in inury to you. It is important to consult with an experienced attorney that can obtain an expert necessary to testify about the defects that caused your injury. In addition, an experience attorney will be able to select the correct theory of liability for your particular situation. This may be strict liability, negligent manufacture or design, failure to warn, or a combination of them.

baby-car-seat-02Strict liability results when a manufacturer puts a product into the stream of commerce that eventually injures someone. This is a fairly easy case to make where it applies, because it can make the manufacturer, distributers, and retailers all liable for their distribution of a defective product, whether they knew it was unsafe or not.

Failure to warn cases arise when a manufacturer should have anticipated that a product could cause injury  when put to a reasonably expected use and failed to warn of the dangers of the product.

 Damages That May Result From Defective Products:

  • Past and Future Medical Expenses
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Lost Wages/Ability to Earn Wages in the Future
  • Permanent Injury Resulting in Lost Quality of Life

 Types of Defective Products Cases:

  • Vehicle Rollovers
  • Dangerous Drugs
  • Aesbestos
  • Tire Blowouts
  • Defective Replacement Hips
  • Carseats
  • Airbag Failures

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious personal injury as a result of a defective product, please call us at (314) 726-5252 or (636) 916-3300 or just click the "Call Me" button at the top of this page. We can help.