Watson Law Group has extensive experience with litigation and alternative dispute resolution concerning a wide range of products. WLG attorneys prosecute property subrogation claims and defend personal injury claims arising out of defects in the design and manufacture of a wide variety of products. Major claim categories include industrial and heavy equipment, cranes, chassis/trailers, forklifts, commercial fire suppression systems, lighting fixtures, elevators, health and beauty supplies, toxic torts and medical supplies. We use practical, cost-conscious approaches to handling product liability disputes. Based upon our extensive trial experience, cases are handled from a pragmatic perspective, seeking alternative methods for dispute resolution whenever appropriate. Preparation, tenancity and imagination are our hallmark for our products trial practice.
• Construction Companies
• Commercial Trucking Companies
• Warehouse Owners
• Individual Property Owners
• Community Associations
• Property Management Companies
• Rental Agents
• Maintenance Companies
We are currently defending a commercial trucking company in a wrongful death action concerning allegation of a defective chassis/trailer.
We are currently involved in pursuing a $30 million products liability based subrogation lawsuit against a major electronics manufacturer arising from a fire that caused a complete loss of inventory in a warehouse located in Juarez, Mexico.
WLG attorneys are pursuing a substantial subrogation action arising from a restaurant fire which includes: a products liability claim against the manufacturer of a commercial fire suppression system; a professional negligence claim against a duct cleaning company; as well as claims relating to contract interpretation and contractual indemnity issues.
Watson Law Group is also currently litigating numerous products liability actions arising from homeowner claims that relate to a variety of construction issues ranging from defective stairs to faulty plumbing.
Defended numerous wrongful death and complex personal injury lawsuits involved the utilization of medical experts, industry experts, epidemiologists, engineers and vocational consultants to significantly reduce exposure for insurers and insureds alike.