Complex Injury Cases
We are able to handle even the largest and most complicated cases that other firms may find difficult or impossible to assume, in both domestic and international suits, against major manufacturers including automobile, aircraft, chemical, and pharmaceutical companies.
Product liability lawsuits frequently involve many different parties in numerous related cases in several jurisdictions. Litigation of these cases is often complex – involving large numbers of witnesses, documents, and extensive discovery.
Our firm has the expertise, experience, and a highly trained staff that uniquely equip us to handle the most complex litigation cases. We pride ourselves in being able to invest the time and resources needed to prepare for every case. As a result, we are able to handle even the largest and most complicated lawsuits, both domestic and international, that other firms may find difficult or even impossible to assume. We have represented clients against major manufacturers including automobile, aircraft, chemical, and pharmaceutical companies.
The firm extensively researches all aspects of a case and contacts the country’s leading experts to assist the jury in understanding the key elements of a case; for example, why a product failed and how the manufacturer could have prevented or minimized the likelihood of serious injury.
These experts come from a wide array of fields ranging from product design and building construction to more specialized areas such as metallurgy and product warning labels.
We are proud of the fact that many manufacturers have improved the safety of their products as a direct result of our efforts. We will continue to hold major manufacturers accountable for producing safe products for consumers.
We have developed particular expertise in the preparation and use of courtroom models, demonstrations, medical illustrations, computer simulations, and whatever is necessary to enable a jury to clearly understand how and why an incident occurred. To increase this understanding, we have gone to such lengths as simulating air crashes by computer, re-creating crash or accident sites by scale model, and, at times, designing and building safer machines or products.