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Dangerous or Defective Products Liability Lawsuits

Attorneys at the Krupp Law Firm have experience and expertise in the field of dangerous and defective product cases. James Krupp has handled many personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits in Missouri for over 30 years.

Lawsuits are filed against companies that manufacture, wholesale or distribute, depending on the type of defect. The two primary categories of product defects under federal law are design defects and manufacturing defects. These dangerous products can cause severe injuries such as broken bones, burns, and other bodily injuries.

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Attorneys at the Krupp Law Firm bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in handling dangerous or defective product cases. With a combined experience spanning several decades, James and Ryan Krupp have the legal acumen needed to navigate the complexities of such lawsuits effectively.

James Krupp, founding attorney at Krupp Law Firm

Attorney James P. Krupp, an attorney with over 30 years of personal injury experience, has handled many personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits in Missouri. A native of St. Louis, he has an intimate knowledge of the local legal landscape, making him a powerful advocate for clients facing the fallout of injuries due to defective products. A graduate of SLU Law School and an experienced trial attorney, James has an exceptional track record of obtaining outstanding results for his clients. His commitment to justice and his unique ability to connect with clients to understand their needs truly sets him apart.

His passion for helping people in various legal situations extends to dangerous or defective product cases. If you have been injured by a faulty product, James can leverage his wealth of experience to help you fight for your rights. His prowess in dealing with insurance companies, as demonstrated in multiple client testimonials, ensures that you will receive the best possible settlement in your personal injury case.

Attorney Ryan J. Krupp, another formidable legal mind at the Krupp Law Firm, brings unique value to the table with his experience in personal injury. Previously, Ryan worked for both the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office and Johnson County District Attorney’s Office, acquiring valuable insights that he now uses to benefit his clients. His experience as a prosecutor ensures that he is well-versed in the legal strategies used by the other side, giving you an upper hand in your lawsuit.

In addition to his impressive professional background, Ryan's educational achievements further strengthen his position as a skilled attorney. He holds a Juris Doctor degree from the UMKC School of Law, with a special emphasis in Advocacy, and is an inductee into the Order of the Barristers, an honor society that recognizes individuals with exceptional skill in trial advocacy. This background equips him with the tools necessary to effectively represent clients in product liability cases, delivering positive outcomes even in the face of complex legal challenges.

Ryan's courtroom successes speak for themselves. With numerous successful case dismissals and acquittals to his name, he demonstrates an unyielding commitment to justice for his clients. Whether you're dealing with injuries from a dangerous product or other personal injury cases, Ryan's comprehensive approach, combined with his compassionate service, ensures that your case is in capable hands.

At the Krupp Law Firm, dangerous or defective products liability lawsuits are handled with utmost dedication and professionalism. Both James and Ryan Krupp bring unique value to their clients, leveraging their combined experience, skill, and dedication to ensure the best possible outcome. Whether it's a design defect or a manufacturing defect that has caused you harm, you can count on the Krupp Law Firm to guide you through the legal system with compassion and determination, fighting tirelessly for the justice you deserve.

Ryan Krupp, founding attorney at Krupp Law Firm

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Dangerous And/or Defective Product Cases

As a general rule, laws governing product liability cover personal property not land, real estate or improvements to real property. Examples of dangerous and/or defective product cases pursued by the Krupp Law Firm may involve

  • Alcohol
  • Asbestos
  • Automobile gas tanks with design flaws that make them prone to explosion
  • Chemicals & Cosmetics
  • Defective Airbags
  • Food & Agricultural Products
  • Industrial equipment
  • Machinery
  • Medical devices
  • Prescription drugs
  • Recreational vehicles
  • Tires
  • Tools
  • Toys
  • And many more.

Product Liability Litigation

Product liability litigation is a primary focus area for the lawyers at the Krupp Law Firm.
If you have any concerns or questions about dangerous or defective products that caused you or someone you love injury call the Krupp Law Firm for a free consultation.

Research from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission indicates that defective or unsafe products cause 29.4 million injuries and 21,400 deaths each year. Within the U.S., an estimated $700 billion is spent annually on the injuries, deaths, and property damage caused by consumer product incidents.

Cause of Defective Products

Defectively manufactured

Defectively manufactured are  an error in assembly and are not an intended part of the defective product. Many times only a limited number of items are affected in the product. The manufacturer may be liable for any defects occurring as a result of faulty construction.

Defectively designed

Defectively designed are flaws in the original design of the product that affects all products manufactured. A manufacturer’s warnings or instructions of potential danger or risk. Missing warning labels that should make the consumer aware of potential risks of injury.

The manufacturer, wholesaler and/or retailer can be held liable for a defective product injury.

As a general principle, you want to include any and all parties involved in the chain of distribution (the path that the product takes from manufacture to distribution to the customers) of the injury-causing product.

In a successful product liability claim we want to prove the plaintiff was injured or suffered losses by a defective product, the defect was the actual cause of the injury and the product was being used as intended.

The Krupp Law Firm can help you recover compensatory damages, general damages and/or special damages.

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