Joshua S. Kincannon Red Bank, New Jersey,
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Joshua S. Kincannon is an associate at Keefe Bartels, L.L.C. and currently heads the defective medical device implant litigation department: http://defectivejoints.com. He has helped recover millions of dollars for victims of defective medical device implants throughout the country. His practice centers on product liability litigation, specifically defective knee, hip, shoulder and wrist implants, as well as other serious personal injury cases and class actions. As an associate, Josh worked with plaintiffs' liaison counsel in a historic consumer fraud national class action, Talalai v. Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., a case that resulted in a large settlement which is valued between $1 billion and $3 billion to consumers. He currently works with lead counsel on behalf of plaintiffs in one of the largest pollution cases in New Jersey, Janes v. Ciba Geigy Corporation. The case is a certified class action on behalf of property owners who have seen their property values greatly affected by living in the shadows of one of the country's worst pollution sites.
Josh won the prestigious Dean's Merit Scholarship to Rutgers Law School in Camden. During his tenure at Rutgers, he volunteered his time at an elementary school in downtown Camden. Josh's passion to help others continues in his work at Keefe Bartels. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury as a result of a defective hip implant, knee implant, or other medical device, please contact our office for a consultation.
- Class Actions
- Complex Litigation
- Consumer Fraud
- Toxic Tort
- Asbestos Exposure / Mesothelioma
- Medical Device / Products Litigation
- State Trial Practice
- Wrongful Death -- Plaintiff
- Serious Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
- Premises Liability -- Plaintiff
- Slip and Fall -- Plaintiff
- New Jersey, 2000
- Pennsylvania, 2000
- U.S. District Court Northern District of Florida, 2003
- Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey School of Law - Camden, Camden, New Jersey,
Honors: Dean's Merit Scholarship, 1997
Honors: Albert P. Blaustein Scholarship 1998
- Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey, USA,
B.S. - Economics
Honors: Dean's List (Multiple)
- DuBois, Sheehan, Hamilton & Levin, Associate,
May 15 2013
a $1 Million settlement just prior to trial in April 2013 from an ATV dealer defendant on a strict liability failure to warn claim. While substantial in amount, this settlement is especially significant because of the inherent difficulties of failure to warn claims against ATV manufacturers and dealers.
May 10 2013
By: Kate Coscarelli of the New Jersey Law Journal
A Monmouth County lawyer, who has served as a New Jersey State Bar Association trustee and president of Trial Attorneys of New Jersey, will be the next secretary of the state bar association.
May 07 2013
In June of 2012, Stryker initiated a voluntary recall of its Rejuvenate and ABG II modular-neck hip stems due to the potential for fretting and corrosion at the modular-neck junction.
May 07 2013
Stephen Grygiel discusses what a number of lawyers and their clients contend are serious illegalities in Facebook’s user tracking. Without proper disclosure or user consent, Facebook has tracked and gathered user’s personal information, including data about where we go and what we do on the internet.
May 07 2013
Mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis are debilitating diseases, and affect victim’s lives deeply. Mesothelioma is a rare and very aggressive type of cancer that has been positively linked to exposure to asbestos. The disease can be fatal and affects the lining of the lung, the chest cavity or the abdomen. 2,000 to 3,000 cases of this type of cancer are diagnosed annually.
Apr 30 2013
New Brunswick, N.J. – John E. Gregory, Jr. of Keefe Bartels represented the Estate of Antonio Teixeira concerning a single tractor-trailer accident case in New Jersey Superior Court - Middlesex County, where Mr. Teixeira suffered catastrophic closed head injuries as a result.
Apr 11 2013
Three seek second-vice president post; two vie for secretary; four face-off for at-large trustee; NJSBA members will vote on candidates and proposed bylaw changes. An election will be held to determine a trio of leadership positions for the New Jersey State Bar Association.
Mar 13 2013
March 3, 2013 – Los Angeles jurors voted today to award $8.3 million to Mr. Loren “Bill” Kransky, a Montana man injured by a faulty DePuy hip replacement part. The man reportedly received his hip implant, a metal on metal unit, in 2007.
Mar 13 2013
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a Class I Recall for LPS Diaphyseal Sleeves, commonly used in knee replacement surgeries, on February 15, 2013. A Class I Recall is the most severe recall issued by the FDA, indicating the potential for serious injury or death.