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Product Liability

Foley Mansfield has a well-earned national reputation among manufacturers, distributors and installers for protecting their interests in “bet-the-company” product liability litigation.

We provide valuable multi-dimensional experience to handle a broad range of topics and have litigated cases from California to New York involving products ranging from jet engines to lawnmowers, punch presses to pharmaceuticals, electrical transformers to asbestos-containing products, and gas lines to furnaces.

Foley Mansfield's product liability attorneys always seek cost-effective solutions to resolve client matters. Besides extensive trial skills, our attorneys possess seasoned negotiating acumen. Our attorneys regularly represent clients in a variety of product liability matters, including:

  • Consumer products
  • Machinery
  • Medical products
  • Equipment and systems failure
  • Forest equipment
  • Industrial equipment
  • Construction equipment
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Propane and fuel gasses
  • Recreational products and equipment
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