Products Liability

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We have knowledge and experience defending designers, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers of consumer products, industrial equipment, recreational equipment, and household products, amongst other products of all types against product liability claims in New York. We also routinely represent our clients in connection with coverage issues that arise in these types of cases. Our representation is always timely and efficient and focused on your bottom line to achieve the best result possible.

Significant Results

Manel v. Morbark, obtained jury verdict in favor of defendant manufacturer of tree chipping machine where plaintiff was caught inside machine sustaining substantial injuries to arm and shoulder.

Dejoy v. Morbark, obtained jury verdict in favor of defendant manufacturer of tree chipping machine where plaintiff was caught inside machine sustaining substantial injuries to arm and shoulder.

Defense Practice Areas

  • Auto Liability
  • Insurance Coverage
  • Insurance Errors and Omissions
  • Labor Law Liability
  • Medical Misconduct
  • Premises Liability
  • Products Liability

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Defense – Products Liability

Testimonials & Case Results

  • "A worker was loading a logging truck and was not given the proper safety equipment.  He fell off the truck and sustained injury.  A high six figure settlement was negotiated for the client and this case expanded the scope of liability under the Labor Law in New York to include falls off trucks."

  • "After orthopedic knee surgery, a man called his surgeon’s private office complaining of chest pain.   The surgeon’s office failed to respond appropriately to the complaints which were of an emergency nature and the man died of pulmonary embolism the next day.  A significant settlement was negotiated on behalf of his family during the trial."

  • "After orthopedic knee surgery, a man called his surgeon’s private office complaining of chest pain.   The surgeon’s office failed to respond appropriately to the complaints which were of an emergency nature and the man died of pulmonary embolism the next day.  A significant settlement was negotiated on behalf of his family during the trial."

  • A young woman underwent a bunionectomy performed by a Podiatrist which was performed improperly, leaving her foot disfigured and leaving her in more pain than she had been in before the surgery.  The Podiatrist agreed to a significant six figure settlement shortly prior to trial.

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