Associate 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, including defective knee, hip, wrist implants, and infusion pumps, in addition to 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 settlement valued between $1 billion and $3 billion to consumers. He also worked with lead counsel on behalf of plaintiffs in one of the largest pollution cases in New Jersey, Janes v. Ciba Geigy Corporation. He is co-lead counsel for all plaintiffs in the Depuy ASR Hip Implant Multi-County Litigation, and was recently appointed to the Science Committee for the Stryker Rejuvenate Hip Implant MCL.
Josh won the prestigious Dean's Merit Scholarship to Rutgers Law School in Camden. During his tenure at Rutgers, he volunteered his time at a charter school
Class Actions Medical Device / Products Litigation, Complex Litigation State Trial Practice, Consumer Fraud Wrongful Death - Plaintiff, Toxic Tort Serious Motor Vehicle Accidents - Plaintiff, Asbestos Exposure / Mesothelioma Premises Liability - Plaintiff,
Slip and Fall - Plaintiff