When you purchase a new crib or a hedge clipper, you assume it meets safety and regulatory guidelines and wouldn’t be on the market if it could pose serious risk. However, defective product injuries occur at alarming rates, and victims are often innocent family members who never imagined a product brought into their home could cause harm and crippling medical bills.
In 2007, 232,900 toy-related injuries resulted in hospital treatment.
–Consumer Product Safety Commission
At Cofman Townsley, our St. Louis defective product lawyers believe that by helping people injured by defective products, we are both ensuring a family’s future and discouraging companies from selling dangerous and defective merchandise.
Corporations that create, assemble, and market products we buy do not always guarantee that safety standards are met. Sometimes cutting costs means cheaper parts are used when the company knows doing so may cause harm to the user. These substitutions are not always caught by government safety regulators and are only discovered when consumers suffer serious injuries.
These types of cases may involve many responsible parties or manufacturers, but there are generally three different kinds of defective product cases:
At Cofman Townsley, you get to speak with a defective product lawyer when you call. We don’t put you through the hassle of speaking with a case manager. Since product liability cases can be very complex, we believe that speaking directly with a lawyer will best serve your needs.
Our law firm is skilled and experienced in Missouri defective product cases and we want to do everything we can to help you and your family through your time of need. Whether you need an environmental dangers lawyer or an St. Louis defective medical device lawyer, Cofman Townsley can help.
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