Failure to Warn: Product Liability Claims in Kansas City
Kansas City Defective Product Attorney
Under product liability law, a consumer injured due to manufacturing or
design defects can pursue compensation from negligent or responsible parties. Products
can additionally lack adequate warning or instructions for consumers thus
making them a liability to the consumer. This is known as a "failure
to warn." In many cases, it is not possible to make a product less
dangerous while retaining its function. This is true for products that
must have specific ingredients or components in order to retain their
In such a case, it is still possible to lower the risks associated with
the product by providing adequate warning and full, detailed instructions
for safe use. The manufacturer of a product has a duty to warn consumers
about the inherent dangers of a product. When there is inadequate warnings,
and it results in the injury of a consumer, a claim against the manufacturer
can be filed, and with the help of an attorney it is often possible to
recover compensatory damages. Defective products cause countless
catastrophic injuries per year.
At Meyerkord, Russell & Hergott,
we have recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars for personal injury clients and our personal mission is to hold large companies
responsible for their negligent actions and the injuries to our clients.
We have witnessed the tragic consequences when corporations "cut
corners" when it comes to consumer safety. Our accomplished legal
team works tirelessly on behalf of all of our injured clients. Dealing
with a serious injury can be extremely emotionally and physically taxing.
Allow us to review your claim immediately so we can obtain and preserve
the supporting evidence.
Product Liability: Failure to Warn of Dangers
If it is demonstrated that the manufacturer was negligent in providing
proper instructions or warnings to consumers and in such a manner the
consumer was injured, the plaintiff is entitled to compensation for injuries,
loss of wages, pain and suffering, loss of future wages, medical bills
and possibly more.
Contact our Kansas City injury attorneys today so that we can thoroughly review your case.