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Mo. Rev. Stat. 537.760.1
This is the Missouri statute defining a products liability claim.
Mo. Rev. Stat. 537.762.1
Missouri statute which provides that a defendant who is only liable due to selling the product in the stream of commerce can be dismissed if another defendant is a party from whom plaintiff can fully recover.
Mo. Rev. Stat. 537.764.1
Missouri statute creating a state of the art defense in strict liability actions based on failure to warn.
Mo. Rev. Stat. 537.765.1
Missouri statute abolishing contributory fault's total bar to plaintiffs recovering in products liability claims.
Mo. Rev. Stat. 516.120.4
Statute indicating that most product liability claims in Missouri are governed by a five year statute of limitations. The exception to this limitation are those claims filed under the wrongful death statute.
Mo. Rev. Stat. 537.100
Statute indicating that product liability claims under the wrongful death statute will be subject to the three year statute of limitations for wrongful death claims.