Warning labels tell us when a product is dangerous, or when it can have dangerous effects if used wrong. But what do you when a product isn't labeled as dangerous, and you're either injured by the use of it or by the byproduct of using it? What can you do? What are your rights? Can you sue the manufacturer? What would you be able to recover? Whenever you are damaged either by the use of a product, or by the side effects that can occur from the use of a product, you may have a personal injury claim. When a product is dangerous, it should have danger warnings, and the dangers of using it should be explicit. If you've been injured by a product and there were no indications that a danger was present, speak with our Personal Injury Lawyers in St. Louis as soon as you can. We don't charge any fees for our consultations, and we never charge any lawyers fees unless we win your Personal Injury Claim. What do you do if You’re injured because of a Dangerous Product? Personal Injury Lawyer St. Louis We use to think that smoking was safe, and some companies even labeled it as healthy, or health friendly. We now know that this was a complete lie, and that smoking cigarettes was a primary cause of lung cancer. The Big Tobacco companies lost billions in lawsuits, and now every cigarette carton must carry warning labels stating the dangerous effects of using the product. But what do you do when a product isn't labeled as dangerous and you are harmed by it? Do you have rights? Can you make a recovery? The answer is most likely yes. Let's take other cases into consideration. Currently, there are two cases where products had dangerous side effects and weren't labeled as such. Baby Powder and Weed Killer. In these cases, the individuals who used these products on a daily basis were much more likely to develop cancer as a result of using the product, but they were never warned. But these are big cases. Maybe the product you used is made by a much smaller company, and there isn't as much to win in an injury claim. Can you still recover? Do you still have rights? yes. Regardless of the size of the company, or your damages, if you were injured by a product, and the product wasn't labeled as dangerous and using the product could only be done in a way where a dangerous condition or outcome was likely, you can pursue the manufacturer for any damages you've sustained through the use of the product. Remember, dangerous products should be labeled as such, and if they aren't and an accident happens, the manufacturer can often be held liable. Call Our Personal Injury Lawyers in St. Louis Now If you were injured by a product, and the danger wasn't made readily apparent on the product or the packaging, you have rights. If you have any questions about the types of rights or recoveries you can pursue, or if you want to know how a lawyer can help your claim, speak with our Personal Injury Lawyers in St. Louis at your earliest convenience. We never charge any fees for our consultations, and we never charge any attorneys fees unless we win your claim. Call now at 314-542-2222 or 618-297-4777 to see how we can help.