Nationwide Representation for Victims of Defective Products

Mass tort litigation allows for assessing each plaintiff’s damages and circumstances while efficiently addressing claims that involve a common issue for many plaintiffs against a defendant. 

Securing Compensation in Mass Tort Litigation

We have obtained substantial compensation for clients to cover economic and non-economic damages in defective products mass tort litigation cases, including:

  • Pharmaceutical Torts: Harm caused by dangerous drugs with serious side effects.
  • Medical Device Torts: Injuries and fatalities caused by defective medical devices.
  • Product Liability Torts: Defective, dangerous or otherwise harmful consumer products.
  • Toxic Torts: Illness, injury or death caused by chemical or pollutant exposure.
  • Disaster Torts: Cases involving large-scale industrial accidents such as explosions or natural or human-caused disasters.
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Team up with Lyons & Lyons when You need Compassionate and Strong Representation

Our four-lawyer team has over 150 years of experience handling important cases for people who have experienced serious injury, and loss. We uncover the facts behind your situation because we understand the need for clarity and accountability when a product fails to meet safety standards. Leveraging our expertise and a network of trusted experts, we meticulously investigate to pinpoint where things went awry and identify the responsible entities. Our approach is rooted in the belief that effective legal representation allows you to concentrate on moving ahead. We face off against formidable corporations and their insurers without qualms to secure compensation that facilitates progress for our clients so they can navigate forward with confidence.

Speak with Our Mass Tort Attorneys about Your Specific Case

At Lyons & Lyons, we have the specialized legal knowledge required to handle mass tort litigation. We will listen to your story and explain your options based on your unique circumstances. An economically challenging case might be weakened if litigated alone and weighed down by unrecoverable litigation costs. Likewise, a strong stand-alone case might needlessly suffer in a system that delays resolution for years and compels the client to accept an unsatisfactory settlement.

A mass tort may be the solution for seeking compensation for damages such as:

  • Medical Expenses
  • Long-Term Care Expenses
  • Special Medical Equipment Costs
  • Lost Wages
  • Loss of Future Earnings
  • Disability
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Loss of Consortium

Handling a Common Cause with an Individualized Approach

A single consumer product that turns out to be dangerous or defective can harm dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of people. Mass tort litigation makes it so all of these individuals can join together in holding the manufacturer, designer, marketing agency, distributor, retailer, or other party responsible. It provides a united front against large companies to level the playing field. Even though there may be so many individuals who were harmed, mass torts still ensure that individual damages are evaluated—compensation is not equally shared among plaintiffs but distributed according to specific damages suffered. This is one of the key differences between a mass tort and a class action lawsuit. 

We represent clients in mass torts against companies such as:

  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Medical Device Manufacturers
  • Automobile Manufacturers 
  • Consumer Product Manufacturers
  • Chemical and Industrial Companies
  • Agricultural Product Companies
  • Energy Companies
  • And Many Others
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Our Mass Tort Litigation Lawyers Protect the Rights and Safety of Consumers

We are experienced in handling mass torts and multidistrict litigation (MDL) nationwide and are dedicated to getting answers and accountability for our clients. Contact our offices and schedule your free initial consultation today. 

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