Indiana Product Liability Attorney

Kentuckiana Products Liability Lawyers

Product liability defense litigation in Indiana can be complex. McNeely Stephenson has decades of experience protecting the financial interests of business throughout the defense process. Our attorneys have successfully defended against claims of manufacturing defects, design defects and defects due to lack of warning.

We understand the complexities inherent in a product’s lifecycle. There are many parties in a given product’s supply chain, from the manufacturer to retailer and all points in between. Any of which can be the subject of a lawsuit when a product is alleged to be defective or faulty. McNeely Stephenson’s product liability attorneys are equipped to provide businesses with proven, knowledgeable legal representation to help defend against frivolous and unwarranted claims.

Manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, designers and retailers are frequently held responsible for damages that a consumer incurs from a product. It is of the utmost importance to retain counsel that has direct experience with product liability law. While the complexity can seem daunting, a qualified legal team will know the best course of action for your case, whether it is through alternative dispute resolutions, pretrial negotiations, a trial or an appeal.

Defective product cases may be defended in a number of ways, including product misuse, product modification and use of product with knowledge of defect. The product liability lawyers at McNeely Stephenson have defended many clients on liability charges and will help you determine the best way to protect the reputation and financial interests of your company.

Here are some examples of cases we can assist you with:

  • Product Recalls
  • Product Design
  • Workplace Machinery
  • Automotive Defects
  • Medical Products
  • Pharmaceutical Products
  • Household and Consumer Products
  • Manufacturing and Building Products

Contact us today to talk to us about the best way to proceed with your liability case.