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Products Liability

When Missouri Supreme Court Judge Ray Price decided to return to private practice in 2012, he chose Armstrong Teasdale and its nationally recognized tort and products liability defense group. Within just a few months, he was back in the courtroom – this time as a member of the successful team that convinced a jury to exonerate our client TASER International Inc. for liability to plaintiff. Missouri Lawyers Weekly ranked this as the state’s fourth-largest defense verdict in 2012.

Ray, who was a highly regarded trial lawyer before joining the bench, is an example of the type of trial attorneys forming our tort and product liability practice group. Our attorneys have the knowledge and extensive trial experience to defend a broad range of clients that manufacture everything from pharmaceuticals to forklifts.

Numerous successes in the notoriously plaintiff-friendly venues of Madison and St. Clair Counties in Illinois, as well as the City of St. Louis, have fueled the group's reputation. The American Tort Reform Association has recognized these venues as some of the most difficult in the country for corporate defendants.

Our experience spans other venues in the Midwest, where we have offices in St. Louis, Kansas City and Jefferson City, Missouri.

In addition to trial work, our attorneys help clients take preventative measures to reduce or eliminate future product liability risks.

The following is a sample of the types of manufacturers we represent:

  • Animal Health Products
  • Automobile
  • Chemical Compounders/Distributors
  • Construction equipment
  • Consumer Goods
  • Firearm equipment
  • Mining machinery
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Recreational equipment
  • Safety equipment
  • Tobacco materials
  • Toxic materials
  • Marine Watercraft

For additional information, please contact one of our Products Liability attorneys.