Product manufacturers and sellers must not place a product in the stream of commerce which is defective. Yet, consumers are routinely hurt by defective and/or unreasonably dangerous products. Such defects can include design defects, manufacturing defects, or inadequate warnings. A classic example is a passenger injured by an automobile defect.

Automobile use is a facet of everyday life for most Montanans. Automobile manufacturers are obligated to place safe vehicles into the stream of commerce. Yet, unfortunately, Montanans are killed, disfigured, and maimed every year by defective automobiles and their component parts.

Few attorneys have the experience and resources to investigate and prosecute claims against the world’s largest automobile manufacturers. We have successfully handled cases involving tire tread separation, seat belt failures, passenger seat failures, rollovers, roof failures, door latch failures, airbag failures, fuel system failures, rim defects, window glazing defects, and other component failures against such companies as Ford, General Motors, Toyota, Dodge, Jeep Chrysler, Subaru, Mazda, Goodyear, and Firestone.

In addition to automobile defects, we have represented clients in many other defective product scenarios involving ATVs/UTVs, aviation accidents, industrial equipment, farm and ranch equipment, propane tanks, saddles, etc. We have the experience and ability to represent injured clients against large foreign and domestic product manufacturers.