Dennis E. Raglin
Rimon’s products liability lawyers represent companies large and small in a wide variety of industries, from Fortune 500 companies and international corporations to emerging companies making their first products. We regularly appear in both state and federal courts on behalf of our clients, who rely on us to understand their products while protecting their interests in expanding and increasingly competitive geographic markets. We defend our clients and their products in both single-product and mass tort cases, and we are experienced in state coordinated and federal multi-district products liability litigation in a variety of jurisdictions.
We defend manufacturers, distributors and retailers of all types of consumer products comprising a diverse range of industries, including pharmaceuticals and medical device equipment, heavy machinery and construction equipment, hand tools, automotive, fashion and apparel, sporting equipment, cosmetics, nutritional products and dietary supplements, children’s toys, household appliances. . Our attorneys defend a variety of liability and personal injury and wrongful death cases brought against our clients, and work with our clients to craft the right defense strategy, whether it be negotiating a settlement, seeking a dismissal or preparing for and trying the case.
A substantial part of our products liability practice involves defending pharmaceutical and medical device companies in a wide variety of litigation involving claims that the specific drug or device was defectively manufactured or designed, or that the company failed to warn users of certain risks with their use. We represent these companies in all manner of personal injury cases, including catastrophic injuries and wrongful death. Drugs and devices are governed by the FDA and federal regulations, and these are important in products liability actions because often they can limit or prevent certain state law claims made by plaintiffs. We understand the intricacies of these laws and use that knowledge, as well as a keen understanding of their clients’ businesses and products, to craft the best strategy for the client, centered around an aggressive defense of the product.
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