Kevin R. Dean
Focusing his litigation efforts on catastrophic injury, products liability, and wrongful death cases, Kevin Dean represents victims and families affected by hazardous consumer products, occupational and industrial accidents, fires, premise injuries and other incidents of negligence.
Kevin currently represents people allegedly harmed by defective Takata airbags and GM’s misconduct regarding its defective vehicles in In re General Motors LLC Ignition Switch Litigation. He has litigated numerous vehicle defect cases, including against "the Big Three" automotive manufacturers in cases involving defective brakes, door locks, door latches, seat belts and roll overs. He served as trial co-counsel in Guzman v. Ford (2001), the first case brought to trial regarding a defective outside door latch handle, as well as in the vehicle rollover caseHayward v. Ford (2005). He was also a member of the plaintiffs’ litigation team in the defective seat belt case,Malone v. General Motors Corporation (1998) prior to joining Motley Rice.
He served as lead plaintiffs’ counsel in In re Charleston Firefighter Litigation, a wrongful death and negligence case against Sofa Super Store, contractors and multiple furniture manufacturers on behalf of the families of the nine firefighters lost in the June 2007 warehouse fire in Charleston, S.C.
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