Joshua S. Kincannon heads the defective medical device and implant litigation... more
Joshua S. Kincannon heads the defective medical device and implant litigation department at Keefe Bartels. He has helped recover millions of dollars for victims of defective medical devices and 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 cl... view profile
Experienced litigation attorney. I have handled numerous trials and managed criminal... more
Experienced litigation attorney. I have handled numerous trials and managed criminal and civil matters. I have worked as a partner in an AmLaw 100 firm and now am focusing my practice on helping small businesses and individuals. I am a proud supporter of the March of Dimes and my family has previously served as Ambassador speakers for this great organization. In my free time I enjoy lif... view profile
Frequent lecturer on numerous legal topics including insurance coverage, bad faith,... more
Frequent lecturer on numerous legal topics including insurance coverage, bad faith, technology, architects and engineers professional liability, construction defects, environmental forensics, the use of PowerPoint as a tool of persuasion, tort reform and litigation management. Also a collector of fine art, an avid softball player, a Harley Davidson rider and a Traub Lieberman Management Commit... view profile
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