Defective Product

I Was Injured by an E-Cigarette

Many people in Missouri use electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes. The companies that sell these devices market them as a safer alternative to traditional tobacco cigarettes. However, these manufacturers fail to mention how dangerous these devices truly are. E-cigarettes can cause serious injuries and illnesses to consumers. If you are injured by an e-cigarette,… read more

What If the Products Contained a Disclaimer? Does the Manufacturer Still Have a Duty to Warn?

A disclaimer is a statement that attempts to deny legal responsibility of some kind. When it comes to consumer products, a manufacturer may place a disclaimer on the item stating that they are not liable for any injuries that it may cause. Usually, these disclaimers are a way for manufacturers to avoid liability due to… read more

What Constitutes a Defective Product in Missouri?

Dangerous and defective products pose a serious risk to Missouri consumers. Even when a product is used properly and safely, it can still be defective and cause harm to its users. When you are injured by a defective product, you may be entitled to file a product liability lawsuit against the product’s manufacturer and potentially… read more

What Should I Do After Being Injured by a Defective Product?

When you purchase a product, you expect that it will perform up to the standards that you expect. You do not expect the product to be defective or dangerous. Unfortunately, product defects cause serious injuries to Missouri residents each year. If you are injured by a defective product, you may wonder what to do next…. read more

Why Are Drugs Recalled?

When a doctor prescribes a new medication or when we pick up an over-the-counter drug from the pharmacy, we expect that the product is safe to use. Medications must undergo strict testing and comply with serious safety regulations to be sold to consumers, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) monitors pharmaceutical companies closely…. read more

Xarelto – Defective Drugs

Manufacturers have a responsibility to ensure that their products are safe to use, especially prescription drug companies. If a medication is contaminated with a toxin or leads to more side effects that are more dangerous than the condition it intends to treat, patients can experience serious harm. While the majority of prescription drugs are safe… read more

Legal Rights and Options After Being Injured by a Defective Product

Defective consumer products and goods injure hundreds of people in the United States every year. Manufacturing companies and distributers are legally obligated to ensure a product is safe before putting it in consumers’ hands, but mistakes can slip through the cracks. When a manufacturing error, design flaw, or inadequate warning lead to consumer injury, product… read more

How to Find Out if Your Car Manufacturer Is Recalling Your Car and What to Do Next

Car manufacturers may recall a make, model, or year of a vehicle for a variety of reasons if they have reason to believe the car or truck is unsafe in some capacity. Over the years, manufacturers have recalled vehicles for faulty ignition switches, sticking gas pedals, propensity to catch fire, and myriad other dangerous defects…. read more