When issues with products arise, turn to our team for skilled representation in federal and state courts on a local, regional, and national basis, as well as before administrative agencies.
Your business objectives guide our litigation approach. We become experts in your products, the nature of the business climate and needs of your business operations – including the science, manufacture, marketing, sale and end use of your products. Representing manufacturers, distributors and retailers, we have developed notable expertise in a variety of sectors, including:
- Medical devices, including prosthetic implants and surgical instrumentation
- Automotive restraint systems, seat belts and a variety of component parts
- Heavy machinery/industrial and farming equipment
- Mining equipment
- Toxic torts
- Agricultural and food stuffs contamination
- Friction products
- Drugs and pharmaceuticals
- Electrical equipment and components
- Chemical products
- Consumer products
Each matter is staffed with an experienced and lean team of attorneys and paralegals. Our philosophy is to individualize each case and work aggressively to be in position to evaluate early on whether a case should be identified as a candidate for trial or for efforts devoted to satisfactory resolution of the case. Through this approach, along with focused discovery and trial preparation strategies, we strive to add value to the services we provide. Additionally, our central location in the Midwest gives us the geographic proximity to litigate cases regionally and nationally while allowing us to offer highly competitive Midwest rates on cases filed from coast to coast.
We are dedicated to promoting product liability issues significant to product manufacturers. We actively participate in the Product Liability Advisory Council (PLAC), the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC), Defense Research Institute (DRI), and similarly focused organizations within national and local bar associations.
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