Catastrophic Personal Injury and Products Liability
We are proud of the decades of experience we have gained conducting jury trials on a regular basis throughout the United States. We know what needs to be done to prepare and present a case to a jury because that is what we have spent our professional lives doing. Our attorneys handle complex, catastrophic loss cases arising from products liability, medical devices and drugs as well as trucking and aviation accidents. Whether it is an alleged product failure resulting in multiple deaths and catastrophic personal injuries, a claim that a medical device has crippled a patient, or a lawsuit alleging devastating injuries from a vehicular accident, we approach each case with passion and dedication. We handle cases from the inception or we "parachute" into cases after they are well underway. This background and experience allows us to offer unique assistance to clients involved in complex and high exposure claims.
Early on, along with the client, we establish a discovery strategy and litigation plan that is geared to achieving the most favorable end result for the client. We focus our efforts on how the case may be best positioned for resolution by means of motion practice, settlement or trial. We will not recommend that a case should be tried only to change that recommendation simply because we are on the courthouse steps. Conversely, we will objectively analyze the case to fully apprise you of the risks involved.
We are geared toward promptly understanding and evaluating a file and providing our in-depth analysis to you on an expedited basis. In addition to providing our analysis and recommendations with respect to cases we have handled from the beginning, our firm is often consulted to obtain a second opinion before our clients decide whether to go forward with a trial in a large exposure case in which we have not been involved.
We regularly handle cases arising from:
- Vehicles and Machinery
- Drug and Medical Devices
- Power Tools
- Aviation Accidents
- Agricultural Equipment
- Industrial Machinery
- Household Products
- Trucking Accidents
- Fire and Explosions
- Chemical Exposure