Kansas City's Product Liability Lawyer

All too often, media reports these days are flooded with product recalls due to unsafe and defective products. Sadly, these defective products are frequently recalled only after a personal injury has occurred as a result of the product’s defect.

Individuals or companies are responsible for personal injuries that result from defective products and are held liable due to the product liability laws in the United States. If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a defective product you need an experienced product liability lawyer.

Do you have a Product Liability Case?

When a product is not fit for its ordinary or intended purpose, fails to warn of potential dangers, or malfunctions causing personal injury or death, you may have the basis for a defective product claim. The term “product” can include anything purchased or used by consumers, including but not limited to:

  • Automobiles
  • Machinery
  • Prescription drugs
  • Medical devices
  • Medicine
  • Food
  • Household items
  • Toys
  • Tools

Make Sure You Choose A Good Product Liability Attorney.

Blake Green has a proven record of success in product liability cases. Claims for personal injury from a defective product can generally proceed under three theories of liability:

  1. Manufacturing Defects: Manufacturing defects occur during the construction or production of the item. Only a few out of many products of the same type are flawed in this case.
  2. Design Defects: Design defects are inherent; they exist before the product is manufactured. While the item might serve its purpose well, it can be unreasonably dangerous to use due to a design flaw.
  3. Defects in Marketing: Defects in marketing deal with improper instructions and failures to warn consumers of latent dangers in the product.

Products Liability is generally considered a strict liability offense. Strict liability wrongs do not depend on the degree of carelessness by the defendant. Translated to products liability terms, a defendant is liable when it is shown that the product is defective. It is irrelevant whether the manufacturer or supplier exercised great care; if there is a defect in the product that causes harm, the manufacturer or supplier will be liable for it.

Contact Us Today About Your Product Liability Case.

Consumer protection laws not only prescribe certain standards for product manufacturers and merchants, but also provide recourse for consumers who are physically or financially harmed when the goods purchased are not fit for their intended purpose. In those instances, it is important to retain a product liability attorney to hold the responsible party liable for selling a defective product.

Product liability cases can be complex and require the type of experience in handling defective product cases that Blake Green has. Blake is up-to-date on product recall and dangerous product information. He’s experienced in products liability law and consumer protection laws.

Our personal injury lawsuit success has led to Blake being recognized as ‘Super Lawyers of Kansas City’, ‘Best of the Bar in Kansas City’ by the Kansas City Business Journal, and ‘Top 100 Trial Lawyers’ by The National Trial Lawyers.

If you believe that you or a loved one is entitled to compensation for a product liability/defective product case, please contact Blake Green at the law office of BG Law at 1-844-44-BG-LAW (1-844-442-4529) for a free case evaluation.

We are conveniently located near I-35 and I-70 and Downtown Kansas City in the West Bottoms at 1600 Genessee, Ste 350, Kansas City, MO 64102.

 

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What is Products Liability Law?

Products liability refers to the liability of any or all parties along the chain of manufacture of any product for damage caused by that product. This includes the manufacturer of component parts, an assembling manufacturer, the wholesaler, and the retail store owner. Products containing inherent defects that cause harm to a consumer of the product, or someone to whom the product was loaned, given, etc., are the subjects of products liability suits. While products are generally thought of as tangible personal property, products liability has stretched that definition to include intangibles (gas), naturals (pets), real estate (house), and writings (navigational charts).

Consumer Protection Laws

State and federal governments have enacted consumer protection legislation to help protect the customer from unfair, deceptive or fraudulent practices. Some examples of government regulation include the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act and labeling requirements on medicine and home products.

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