Often times products are inadequately labeled, resulting in misuse by the consumer. Each year there are numerous recalls announced, but consumers often have these products remaining in their homes and suffer injuries. The design or a product or inadequacy in warning consumers of potential risks can leave you subject to injuries. Our products liability law firm takes aggressive action against those who have been negligent, whether your injuries relate to dangerous drugs, household goods, automotive defects or even medical devices such as hip replacements that are defective.
When you are in need of a defective products attorney who can get results, it is important that you consult with someone who has the experience, skill and knowledge of the law, and who is effective both in and out of the courtroom. Some of the areas of product liability include but are not limited to:
* Defective airbags, seatbelts and tires
* Vehicle components
* Construction machinery and equipment
* Consumer products such as clothing, food and appliances
* Household goods like cleaners or other chemicals
* Children's toys, strollers, cribs
* Exercise equipment
* Toxic substances such as asbestos
* Prescription and over-the-counter drugs
The unfortunate truth is that hazardous products can be found anywhere and everywhere, from your car or home to the workplace to drugs that are intended to improve health or prevent certain medical conditions. At The O'Connor Law Firm, our Kansas City product liability/dangerous drugs lawyers are on your side, fighting every step of the way to get the fair compensation you deserve for injuries you or your loved one have suffered.
Whether it is potentially dangerous drugs, products used in the home or hazards in the workplace, we strongly believe that it is unconscionable for manufacturers to distribute goods that potentially put consumers in danger. Our Kansas City defective products attorneys work hard to protect your rights; our aggressive approach has helped us win fair compensation for thousands of clients.