Product Liability Attorneys - Charleston, Charlotte, Columbia, Greenville

Our product liability attorneys are thorough researchers who take the time to understand your products, uncover the crucial details required to defend them and present a compelling case.

Gallivan White Boyd works with clients to defend and win products liability and mass tort lawsuits at all stages of litigation, including pretrial dismissals, trial verdicts and post-trial briefing and appeals. Our product liability attorneys have defended product manufacturers and distributors for decades. We have extensive experience defending sophisticated product liability cases involving technical, scientific and medical cases for various products including:

  • Adulterated Food
  • Aerial Lifts and Equipment
  • Automotive Products
  • Building Materials and Products
  • Chemicals
  • Construction Equipment
  • Consumer Products
  • Electrical Components
  • Electronic Devices
  • Farm Equipment
  • Fireworks and Pyrotechnics
  • Flammability
  • Gas Appliances
  • Gaskets and Seals
  • Hand and Power Tools
  • Hydraulic Equipment
  • Industrial Equipment
  • Ladders and Scaffolding
  • Laundry Presses
  • Lawn and Turf Care Equipment
  • Recreational Equipment

Our attorneys have not only served as first chair trial counsel but also as local counsel for national clients. While we often resolve products liability claims quickly and quietly out of court, Gallivan White Boyd has the skills and experience to take a case to trial when needed. We also have record success in product liability appeals.

Our law offices are located in Charleston, Charlotte, Columbia, & Greenville.

For more information or to speak with our product liability attorneys, please contact one of our office locations:

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