Safety experts at the are helping parents to keep their child from becoming one of the thousands of children who are injured or killed each year because they are not properly secured in their child seat. According to research provided by the National Highway Traffic…
David A. Brose is an attorney at Langdon & Emison. With its primary offices near Kansas City, Missouri, and with additional offices located in St. Louis, Missouri and Chicago, Illinois, Langdon & Emison is particularly suited to provide high quality legal services nationwide. Langdon & Emison's practice focuses primarily on catastrophic injury and death cases. Additional practice areas include class actions and other complex tort cases.
David has been practicing law in state and federal courts across the country since earning his J.D. and M.B.A. from the University of Missouri – Columbia. As a former partner in a civil litigation defense firm, he defended various Fortune 500 companies in both personal injury and commercial litigation, with an emphasis on product liability and trucking cases. David now employs his understanding of defense tactics and strategies in representing victims across the country that have been seriously injured or killed by a wide variety of dangerous products and instrumentalities, including cases involving automobile fires, defective automobile design, semi-truck collisions and various other types of products.
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Articles by David Brose
My daughter’s spring break begins next week. Thankfully, she’s not old enough to drive, so I don’t have the concern that other parents may feel when their kids head off for spring break road trips. For those who do have kiddos heading out on the…
A recent report by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that showed a jump in percentage of fatalities in truck accidents from 2015, both in total vehicle fatalities as well as fatalities involving large trucks. Now, a number of members of Congress have joined together to introduce the “Stop Underrides Act of 2017.”