It is an unfortunate truth that some companies give their financial interests far more priority than the safety of the men, women, and children that use their products. They may cut corners or even act intentionally to hide defects just to make sales, at the expense of American consumers. Even if a manufacturer or distributor does not intentionally or negligently cause harm, they can still be held liable if they produce or release defective products.
As Kansas City product liability attorneys, we understand the legal implications associated with defective and dangerous consumer products. With lawyers who are also medical doctors on our team, we truly understand the physical injuries and medical conditions caused by defective products. With degrees in engineering and advanced accident reconstruction training, we know how products should work and have the technical know-how to prove how faulty products cause harm.
Call (816) 253-8606 today for a free consultation. Our attorneys have the real-world and academic experience to persevere in high-stakes product liability cases, and we are ready to help you.
What Is a Defective Product?
A defective product may be described as a consumer product that is faulty due to one or more of the following issues:
- A manufacturing defect
- An unsafe or defective design
- Improper marketing or false advertising
- Lack of proper instructions for use
- Lack of adequate warning labels
Our Kansas City Defective Product Attorneys Are Here for You
No matter the circumstances surrounding your accident or the type of product you were using, our Kansas City product liability lawyers may be able to help. We will put your needs first as we fight for maximum compensation on your behalf, restoring your quality of life and exposing defects to protect consumers in the future.
We take on cases involving such defective products as:
- Children’s toys
- Motor vehicles (cars, trucks, motorcycles, SUVs, etc.)
- Auto parts (tires, seatbelts, airbags, etc.)
- Home appliances
- Heavy machinery
- Safety equipment
- Medical devices (hernia mesh, IVC filters, Mirena, etc.)
As a consumer, you have the right to expect that the products you use are free from defects and reasonably safe to use, with appropriate instructions and warnings. Our attorneys are dedicated to protecting consumers’ rights and are standing by to see how we can best assist you.
Contact Cullan & Cullan today at (816) 253-8606 for your complimentary case evaluation.