Experienced Cincinnati Lawyers For Multidistrict Litigation
Companies that are working to defend themselves in lawsuits in multiple states and jurisdictions sometimes ask the courts to consolidate those cases in a single court. If this happens with a product liability case that pertains to you, you should be aware of your right to be represented by a knowledgeable, accomplished attorney local to where you live, regardless of where the court case is argued.
In particular, we wish to warn Ohio clients about advertisements they may see or hear in mainstream media or on the internet urging them to call a 1-800 number leading to communication with a national referral service. Such advertisements can sound convincing, as if the respective companies are experts on certain product liability cases. In fact, responding to such solicitations could result in your case being one of thousands of files handled by a lawyer whom you will never meet. Your case is fact-specific and should be treated as such.
At Rittgers Rittgers & Nakajima, we pride ourselves on the personalized approach we take to our clients’ cases. If you received a hip implant or a surgical mesh implant, for example, we are prepared to take the time to learn about your particular symptoms, losses and perspective. We can represent you with the dedication of a local lawyer in multidistrict litigation matters in Florida, New Jersey, West Virginia, or any other state where multidistrict litigation takes place.
Millions of Dollars Recovered for Victims of Negligence
Our clients soon come to understand that obtaining a large settlement is more important than working with a large firm handling thousands of cases for clients they don’t personally know. We get to know our clients as individuals. We have achieved many successful verdicts and settlements on behalf of people injured by negligent parties such as manufacturers and health care providers. Our product liability attorneys are prepared to fight to ensure that you receive the compensation you are entitled to in a multidistrict litigation matter.