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Product liability claims can be a challenging pursuit for an injured person to take on.  They require the preservation of evidence, pursuit and analysis of evidence from the defendant, and the expert assistance of the right professionals in the right fields of consumer products, industrial design, construction, and automobile/vehicle manufacturing.  Warnings and labeling are also areas which require special consideration and experience.

If you were injured as a result of a product defect of some kind or a poor or non-existent warning, we have the experience and the professional contacts to take on the responsible parties to pursue your recovery.  In Vermont, you can turn to our team of trial lawyers at Cleary Shahi & Aicher, P.C., for a strong advocacy of your rights.


Our attorneys bring years of experience to these cases. We attribute our success in part on our partnering with a vast network of resources, including technology, materials and warnings experts as well as the medical experts needed to prove the case which provides our clients with the most thorough representation possible.

Our firm has successfully handled claims involving a broad range of products, including:

  • Power tools
  • Auto parts and tires
  • Snowmobile and ATV components
  • Motorcycles
  • Bicycle components
  • Manufacturing equipment
  • Toys
  • Kitchen appliances
  • Trailer ramps
  • Sporting equipment
  • Construction material and equipment
  • Fire sprinkler systems
  • Helmets
  • Fireplaces, whirlpools and other gas appliances
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning


Our Vermont product liability lawyers are prepared to pursue your rights. Contact us today to schedule a consultation at no charge.

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