Manufacturing Attorney in Kansas City
Manufacturing Defects and Injuries
Product liability cases may arise from manufacturing defects, design defects and
failure to warn. Serious injuries can stem from all three types of product liability cases. Manufacturing defects occur when a corporation or company does not ensure that their product is safe for consumers once manufactured and enters the market, available to consumers. When proper safety measures are not adhered to serious and catastrophic injuries often follow. An example of a manufacturing defect would be car brakes that do not function when used in an attempt to avoid an accident. The brakes may have been properly designed, however, an error may have occurred during their production or manufacture that leaves the brakes unable to function and defective.
If a defectively manufactured product has injured you it is crucial that you hire an attorney with experience and knowledge in product liability cases. Insurance companies will attempt to prove that your "misuse" of the product contributed to your injury. A seasoned personal injury lawyer can gather the needed evidence to show that the error lies with the manufacture of the product and not with you.
At Meyerkord, Russell & Hergott, our Kansas City personal injury attorneys are ready to fight for clients' rights and fair compensation in product liability cases. We have taken on large corporations and companies in order to hold them responsible for their negligent activity and recover high value settlements and verdicts. We will do everything possible for those we represent, even if it means going to trial. No one should have to deal with serious physical injury as a result of defective manufacturing. If a defective or dangerous product has injured you, entrust your case to our firm.
Defective Product Attorney Serving Kansas City
When a product is manufactured without proper adherence to safety measures, it can result in catastrophic injuries. This is particularly true when the product was designed to prevent serious bodily harm and death such as in the case of airbag malfunction, seatbelt failure, and roof crush. If you have been injured and believe it may be the result of defective manufacturing, do not hesitate to contact us today.