Dangerous Products & Products Liability

Devereaux, Stokes, Fernandez and Leonard: A Team of Dangerous Product Lawyers Ready To Stand Up For Your Rights

The types of cases we handle include:

If you or a family member has been injured by a product you believe was defective, you need the help of a dangerous product lawyer in St. Louis who will fight for your rights and help you get compensation.

What Type Of Dangerous Product Cases Do You Represent?

The types of cases we handle include:

For a list of products that are seen as potentially dangerous, visit SaferProducts.gov.

Why Are Dangerous Products On The Market In The First Place?

When a company manufactures a product with the intent of selling it to the public for a profit, it has a duty to ensure that the product it’s placing into the market place is safe and not unreasonably dangerous.

Problems with products can include a problem in how the product or device was manufactured, designed, tested or a failure to give proper warnings or notice of dangers associated with use of this product.

As consumers, we assume that the products we see on the shelves and buy for our families are safe. The public all too often cloaks these giant corporations in a veil of good intentions and just assumes that they have their best interest at heart and wouldn’t do anything to hurt them.

Unfortunately, all too often these companies care more about saving money and protecting their image more than the safety and well being of the public.

Companies are putting their financial interest ahead of your safety every day. They invest lots of money on the research and development of new products and getting them out to market. Admitting there’s a problem with one of their products not only has a direct impact on their bottom line, but can strain their relationship with distributors, wholesalers, their sales team and retailers.

We’ve seen cases where large, multinational corporations knew they had dangerous products and made a conscious business decision that it would be less expensive to leave it on shelves and deal with the damage claims and lawsuits than to engage in a product recall that would protect the public.

What Should I Do?

If you think you or a family member has suffered damages because of a dangerous or defective product – call our team of St. Louis dangerous product lawyers at 314.450.7874, or toll free at 866-285-4611. The consultation is free and you can also reach us online.


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