Profemur Modular Neck Reported to Fracture

CBS Morning News recently highlighted a product defect with an artificial hip implant called the Profemur Modular Neck. The femoral neck component of the device is known to suddenly fracture while patients are going about routine, everyday life. According to reports, patients have been left stranded with a fractured device while hiking, golfing, bowling, mowing […]

Military Matters VeteRUN 5K Run/Walk

On a cold October morning, Preuss | Foster Law employees bundled up and supported Military Matters 5k Run/Walk. Military Matters is a program that fills the gap in legal services available to service members and veterans living in the greater Kansas City Metropolitan area. Military Matters collaborates with support agencies serving the service members and […]

What Happens When a Defendant Destroys Evidence in Kansas?

Destruction or “spoliation” of evidence occurs when someone with an obligation to preserve evidence with regard to a legal claim but fails to do so, either knowingly or intentionally. Such a failure to preserve evidence can take place by destruction, loss, or damage of the evidence. When spoliation occurs, the party responsible may be held […]

Lectric eBikes, LLC recall of disc brake calipers prompts investigation

Our firm has been asked to investigate a recent recall of electric bicycles. The recall was issues by electric bike manufacturer, Lectric eBike’s, LLC for certain models of their bikes purchased between November 2022 and May 2023. The defect at issue is the brakes on these bikes. They can fail causing serious injury. Our firm […]

Chemical Manufacturers face legal action over Firefighting Foam Cancer Risk

Preuss | Foster Law has been asked by multiple firefighters to investigate the cause of their cancer. Toxic chemicals in Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF Firefighting Foam) have been linked to numerous types of cancer. The chemicals used to make AFFF firefighting foam (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS) chemicals, also known as “forever chemicals”) do not break […]