We can provide the litigation assistance you need, from investigation through negotiations and trial, and appeal, if necessary. We have trial experience in both state and federal courts. Most importantly, we know when and how to try a case, and we know how and when to negotiate, always with the goal of getting the best result for you.
Lawsuits come in all shapes and sizes, but there are strategic and sensible approaches when approaching a lawsuit. Some require planning for trial, while others must take into consideration the practical and economic impact to you. With more than 30 years of litigation experience, there are many types of cases we have litigated:
Motor Vehicle Collisions
A motor vehicle accident caused by another driver can have a devastating effect. Unfortunately, these accidents are often caused by drivers who choose to ignore stop signs, traffic signals, text and drive, speed, or make other negligent decisions behind the wheel. We can assist you in successfully navigating your way through the complex maze of insurance claim forms and legal paper work which accompany claims resulting from these accidents. We will help you find the right source of recovery and assist you in achieving that recovery as quickly and as efficiently as possible.
The law of premises liability ensures that the owner of land or a building who fails to keep the property safe for authorized visitors is held responsible for injuries suffered by visitors. In the event you are faced with an injury due to a dangerous or unsafe condition resulting from land or buildings, we can help get the proper recovery for your injury.
A product liability claim seeks to establish that the product that caused the injury was defective, and the defect made the product unreasonably dangerous. In the event you are faced with an injury due to a dangerous or defective product, we can help investigate, and are ready to enforce your rights and help you recover for your injury.
Although the range of product liability cases is broad, a claim typically falls into, manufacturing defects, design defects or failure to provide adequate warnings or instructions.
A manufacturing defect occurs when something went wrong when the product was being made, making it dangerous for use. A design defect is when a product is made according to design plans, but something is wrong with the design, making the product dangerous. A warning defect is when instructions or warnings for the use of the product are not adequate. These defects can have catastrophic consequences for consumers.