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Defective product litigation in Missouri

Consumer protection laws exist for a reason: to ensure that corporations do not get so greedy that they endanger the lives of US citizens just to make a dollar. In this sense, manufacturing companies must provide safe products to their customers. If manufacturers fail to do so, either out of willful or accidental negligence, they can be held financially accountable for the accidents, injuries and deaths that result in civil court.

Do I Need an Attorney

If you have been injured in an accident, you may be wondering whether you need an attorney to pursue a claim on your behalf.  Not every case requires an attorney and in some cases, where damages are minimal, an attorney will be of little assistance.  At the same time, questions with regard to the amount your injuries are worth, comparative fault, and hospital liens can make settling a case on your own very difficult.  

Dangerous toys harm as many as 1 child every 3 minutes

Toy manufacturers and designers have a responsibility to create toys that will not harm children. When they fail in this responsibility, the parents or guardians for the injured children have a right to file a civil lawsuit to seek compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, disfigurement and more.

Are you eligible to file a suit for dangerous pharmaceuticals?

If you have suffered serious injury because of a pharmaceutical product, you may be interested in learning about your rights in Missouri civil court. The fact is that not all pharmaceutical injuries or even deaths are eligible for civil suits, depending on the classification of the drug. Still, dangerous pharmaceuticals should never be allowed to dominate the marketplace, and consumers have the right to question the safety of many medications.

Wife of man in Walker crash claims defective product to blame

The wife of the man who was behind the wheel of the car during the accident that killed Paul Walker is suing automaker Porsche. The woman, whose husband also perished in that fatal crash, argues that the company sold a defective product that led her loved one to perish in the vehicle wreck. Both Walker and the other man were killed in the November 2013 wreck, when the victim reportedly lost control of the car and smashed into three trees.

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