Product Liability Lawyer Serving Topeka
We offer free consultations: call us today!
Anyone who purchases a product has the basic expectation the product they
purchased is safe and will not pose any danger to yourself or others.
Unfortunately, some companies do not necessarily abide by the standards
of consumers and protective regulations, and they decide to release products
that are not as safe as they should be. Under both Kansas and federal
laws, a person who is harmed because of a product they purchased may have
certain rights, including the ability to try to hold the company behind
such a product liable for the harm caused and take legal action to seek
Our Topeka personal injury attorney at Roger Fincher, Attorney at Law represents
victims whose lives have been impacted negatively because of a product
they used. We have
two decades of collective legal experience, and thousands of clients have trusted our founder, Attorney Fincher,
to advocate for their needs. For his work, Attorney Fincher was among
the 5% of Kansas lawyers selected for inclusion in the
Super Lawyers® Editions of 2013 and 2014.
We handle a variety of product liability cases, including but not limited
to injuries stemming from:
- Medical devices
- Children’s products such as toys
- Other kinds of products
How do you know if you have a product liability claim that is valid?
To be able to pursue legal action in the area of product liability, there
must be clear evidence of the product causing an injury, which typically
falls into a number of categories. All too frequently, many products are
advertised in a manner that differs from the way they are intended to
be used. In other circumstances, products may have flaws in their design
or manufacture, often a symptom of companies trying to save money. These
are some of the factors often found in a product liability claim. At Roger
Fincher, Attorney at Law, we are proud to represent clients on a
no recovery, no fee arrangement, meaning a client will not have to pay us anything if we are
Contact us today to get started with a
zero-cost, zero-charge case evaluation.