Products Liability Litigation

The Products Liability Litigation practice group at Ray Quinney & Nebeker represents world-wide and national pharmaceutical companies, medical device and other manufacturers, distributors, and dealers in product liability litigation in state and federal courts throughout Utah and the Intermountain West. The Firm’s attorneys have acted as lead and local counsel for major national and international companies involved in large-scale mass tort actions, including multi-district litigation, and have also represented smaller local companies through their general liability insurance carriers. Our attorneys have defended companies in cases involving such products as:

  • All-Terrain Vehicles
  • Asbestos
  • Automobiles
  • Aviation
  • Bicycles
  • Blood Products
  • Breast Implants
  • Camping Equipment
  • Chairs
  • Construction Equipment
  • Drugs and Pharmaceuticals
  • Forklifts
  • Heating and Cooling Equipment
  • Ladders
  • Latex Gloves
  • Medical Devices
  • Office Equipment
  • Pedicle Screws
  • Personal Protective Clothing
  • Propane Heaters
  • Silica
  • Skiing Equipment
  • Snowmobiles
  • Spinal Stimulators
  • Toxic Torts/Hazardous Substance Litigation
  • Utility and Power Lines
  • Vending Machines

In addition to having ready access to expert witnesses on many of the above products, the Firm maintains an expert witness database that monitors the appearances of liability, medical, and economic experts for both plaintiffs and defendants in litigation throughout the Intermountain West.

Asbestos Litigation
Ray Quinney & Nebeker is actively defending several clients, including manufacturers of traditional asbestos-containing products such as pipe and block insulation, as well as manufacturers of so-called peripheral products, such as brake pads and linings. Ray Quinney & Nebeker has experience representing asbestos defendants in state and federal court, including cases pending in the Multi-District Litigation, and the Firm’s attorneys have been actively involved in an effort by the state district court to establish global case management orders to manage the large volume of cases moving through the courts.

If you wish to speak with an attorney about your business needs and questions, please contact:

Rick L. Rose

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