"I think he really woke us up to what is lacking in our country about moral care."
"He was just very, very taken back that we lost something very precious to us. And he just got that and that just made me feel like the fight was passionate, if that makes sense, and compassionate, and I just enjoyed being side by side with someone so caring."
"It was due to the foresight, the self-confidence, the knowledge of the law and the personality of Ken Moll."
"He's extremely bright, he's very ethical. You can imagine that as a physician and surgeon, when a plaintiff attorney shows up that's not always a good day, so Ken represents someone in the legal profession who I respect very much. He's conscientious, he's extremely hard working, and he really has a big picture in mind, which is not something I can say for everyone I meet in the same space."
"One of his greatest assets is his style in which he deals with people. Firstly, he’s always smiling, and he always has a very nice presence. And he has a really beautiful way with people."
Chicago Attorneys Guiding Victims through Injury Claims
Principal Ken Moll, a longtime trial attorney and advocate for consumer safety, founded Moll Law Group to pursue the dual goals of seeking compensation for accident victims and helping make American society safer. Our Chicago injury lawyers have participated in some of the most significant product liability lawsuits around the nation, including multidistrict and class action litigation. Our cases have involved dangerous drugs, defective medical devices, child safety, automobiles and automobile products, household appliances, and contaminated food, among other types of faulty products. At Moll Law Group, we are known for our diligence, compassion, knowledge, ethics, passion for consumer safety, optimistic outlook, and dedication to the community. But there is no need to take our word for it. Listen to what our clients say about us.Aggressively Asserting Your Right to Compensation
If you have been seriously injured or lost a loved one due to a defective product or someone else's careless conduct, you are likely at a challenging crossroads in your life. You may be worried about the future and how you will pay your medical bills, mortgage, and household expenses. Depending on the severity of the injuries, you may be concerned about your ability to work and how you will support yourself and your family. At Moll Law Group, we understand these anxieties, and we work relentlessly to alleviate them by tenaciously litigating your claims. We consult with notable experts in a variety of occupations and industries to determine why your injury occurred and which legal options you may wish to pursue.
The three types of defects that may be actionable in a product liability case are marketing defects, manufacturing defects, and design defects. Once one or more defects are found, you may proceed under theories of strict liability, negligence, fraud, misrepresentation, or breach of warranty. You need to establish different elements depending on the theory used.
In some states, plaintiffs cannot use strict liability and must establish a manufacturer's negligence. To prove negligence, you need to show the manufacturer's duty of care, a breach of duty, actual and proximate causation, and actual damages. However, when proceeding under a strict liability theory, you need to establish only that the product was unreasonably dangerous at the time it left the manufacturer or seller and that this dangerous condition caused your injuries.
The damages that may be available to you if you successfully prove a personal injury lawsuit vary from state to state. In most situations, they include both economic and noneconomic damages. Economic damages may include past and future medical bills, medical mileage, out-of-pocket expenses, past and future lost income, vocational rehabilitation, and household services. Noneconomic damages are intangible damages that are often based on subjective impressions of how much suffering naturally arises from a particular injury. The amount may depend substantially on how persuasively your lawyer tells your story. These damages may include pain and suffering, mental anguish, scarring or disfigurement, and loss of consortium.
If a manufacturer or another defendant has behaved egregiously, punitive or exemplary damages may be available. For example, punitive damages may be awarded if a drug manufacturer knows of the fatal side effects of a dangerous pharmaceutical but actively conceals those side effects from the FDA and the public to avoid losing revenue.Consult an Experienced Injury Lawyer in Chicago
The Chicago injury attorneys at Moll Law Group are dedicated litigators who are also committed to improving consumer protections and making society safer at all levels. We represent individuals and families in Wheaton, Naperville, Schaumburg, and communities throughout Cook County. Our product liability lawyers assist injured consumers all over the nation, including in California, New York, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Florida, and Texas. Billions of dollars have been recovered in cases in which we were involved. Call us at 312-462-1700 or use our online form to schedule a free consultation.