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Hazardous products can be found everywhere, from inside our homes to our automobiles and workplaces. At Robb & Robb LLC, we believe the civil justice system is a powerful tool to make the world a safer place. As a direct result of cases the firm has handled, improved warnings have been issued to thousands of consumers nationwide regarding dangerous product conditions.
The firm's very first million dollar verdict in 1987 involved a defectively designed car seat, and defective parts were the basis of aviation law cases brought by Robb & Robb resulting in a $350 million verdict for a deceased pilot, and a $70 million verdict for a passenger killed in a Life Flight helicopter crash.
In one of its more high profile cases, Robb & Robb LLC won a $4 million verdict on behalf of the family of the late Missouri Gov. Mel Carnahan in an action against the maker of vacuum pumps that powered flight instruments on the plane that crashed killing Carnahan, his son Randy and a campaign aide, Chris Sifford.
The firm also won a $12 million verdict for a woman who suffered severe burn injuries when a power line fell on her due to a failed component part, and a $27.5 million settlement by the manufacturer of the engine of an airplane that crashed killing skydivers on board.
Gary Robb is the author of numerous publications in the products liability field, and his articles have been cited and relied on by numerous courts. He has also edited The Missouri Products Liability Handbook, published by the University of Missouri Kansas City School of Law.
At Robb & Robb we believe it is unconscionable for manufactures to distribute products that are unreasonably dangerous and we will work hard both to make sure our clients are compensated for their losses and to prevent future injuries.
Contact the product liability lawyers at Robb & Robb, LLC to discuss your case.
Verdicts & Settlements
$350 million jury verdict for death of helicopter pilot (United States record).
$27 million settlement in skydiver plane crash (United States record).
$14 million settlement in school bus death caused by defective hand rail.
$12 million settlement for electrical burn injury from falling power line caused by failure of defective clamp.