Kansas City, Mo. – May 18, 2022 – Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes shareholder, Doug Gentile, was named to the National Law Journal’s 2022 list of Trailblazers: Plaintiffs’ Attorneys. In this award, The National Law Journal recognizes plaintiffs’ attorneys who have moved the needle in the legal industry and have contributed as agents of change – professionals who are truly trailblazers.
Doug was nominated for his over 25 years of leadership in addressing design decisions regarding the child seat industry and promoting state of the art protection to children, especially with regard to side impact protection and the minimum allowable weight for using booster seats, as well as his involvement with Safe Kids International on a Blue Ribbon Panel examining the complex issues surrounding the restraint of children in autonomous vehicles. Doug has filed, tried and resolved dozens of lawsuits against members of the child seat industry, and many of the child seats at issue in those cases now have been removed from the market entirely.
More information can be found in The National Law Journal.
About Doug Gentile:
Doug has dedicated his career to the representation of individuals who have suffered catastrophic losses. He is a trial lawyer with substantial experience in state and federal courts across the nation setting result records in several places.
About the Law Firm:
Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, P.C. offers sophisticated representation in several subject areas. The firm’s litigation teams have a national reach with collective career experience in cases in more than 40 states and eight federal circuits including over 500 bench and jury trials. For more information, visit www.rousepc.com.
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