Product Liability Defense

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Product liability suits can result in thousands, even millions of dollars in damages for businesses. This is not only damaging to the balance sheets in the near term, but can have a chilling effect on future business opportunities due to the damage a suit can have on a company’s reputation.

If you are a manufacturer or other business facing a massive product recall or product liability lawsuit, you need a firm on your side capable of limiting your immediate exposure while executing a long-term strategy to prevent additional damage. In Vermont, you can turn to our team of trial lawyers at Cleary Shahi & Aicher, P.C., for a strong defense.


Our attorneys bring years of experience to these cases, but they are not our only source for mounting an aggressive defense against product liability claims. We pride ourselves on partnering with a vast network of resources, including technology and professional experts to provide our clients with the most thorough representation possible.

We tailor our strategies to the unique needs of our clients. At times, it is in the interest of our clients to mount an aggressive trial defense and press the opposing party to drop its suit.
Our firm has successfully defended claims involving a broad range of products, including:

  • Power tools
  • Auto parts and tires
  • Snowmobile and ATV components
  • Motorcycle parts
  • Manufacturing equipment
  • Toys
  • Trailer ramps
  • Sporting equipment
  • Construction material
  • Sprinkler systems
  • Helmets
  • Ski equipment
  • Fireplaces and other gas appliances


Our Vermont product liability lawyers are dedicated to defending against product liability claims. Contact us today to schedule a consultation at no charge.

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