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St Louis Product Liability Lawyers

What is Product Liability?

Manufacturers have a legal responsibility to ensure that their products, when used in the intended manner, do not harm consumers. This responsibility extends to designers, wholesalers, retailers, and anyone else involved with the sale of consumer products. In the past, "buyer beware" was the prevailing legal notion. Current law, however, imposes strict liability on the people who make defective products. It assumes that manufacturers and sellers must take reasonable means to protect consumers. This includes providing warnings when potential hazards accompany specific products, as well as ensuring that defective or malfunctioning parts are not used in their products. An experienced St Louis products liability attorney will help you determine whether you have a viable product liability case.

Establishing Product Liability for a Defective Product

There are four legal means for establishing liability in personal injury cases where a defective product has caused injury, each of which can hold the manufacturer, seller, or distributor of a product responsible for the harm it caused. An experienced defect product attorney in St Louis will help you determine whether these legal means exist in relation to your specific case facts.


We provide legal services to personal injury clients in Kansas City, St. Louis, Springfield, Independence, Columbia, Lee's Summit, St. Joseph, O'Fallon, St. Charles, St. Peter's, and the surrounding areas.

Types of Product Defects pertaining to Product Liability

There are at least three major types of product defects that can result in a personal injury to those who use them.

Compensation in Product Liability Cases

Product manufacturers, assembly companies, shipping companies and retail outlets may all be held accountable for the injuries caused by a defective product. Under Tort Law, all losses suffered by someone's negligence should be compensated. Damages that may be covered by a successful St. Louis product liability claim include:


I will be happy to discuss your product liability case with you and answer any questions you may have. The consultation is free. I can be reached 24 hours a day at . Call me personally and I will answer any questions or concerns. There is no fee unless you recover for the personal injuries you sustained. If you do not want to call or you can't call, you can email me at info@injuredclient.com. I look forward to speaking with you and helping you through these trying times.

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