Swift Currie has defended domestic and international designers, manufacturers, distributors and sellers in thousands of products liability matters throughout the Southeast and across the United States. The extensive experience of our attorneys inside and outside the courtroom enables the firm to manage and defend both claims and lawsuits thoroughly and efficiently, whether vigorously defending cases at trial or expeditiously resolving matters prior to trial.
Our attorneys understand the technical and legal issues involved in products liability matters and have developed a broad array of highly qualified experts to assist in defending our clients. The attorneys in the products liability practice group are active in various industry groups, including PLAC (formerly the Product Liability Advisory Council), Women in Products Liability (WIPL), the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC), the American Bar Association (ABA), the Defense Research Institute (DRI) and the Georgia Defense Lawyers Association (GDLA).
Utilizing their experience to provide efficient and effective representation, our attorneys represent clients in Georgia, as regional counsel in the Southeast and as national counsel. U.S. News – Best Lawyers® has named us to its "Best Law Firm" Metropolitan Atlanta Product Liability Litigation list every year since 2016.
Named to the U.S. News "Best Law Firm" Metropolitan Atlanta Tier 2 Product Liability Litigation List, 2016 - present
Our firm's representative matters go back many years and include all types and sizes of products. Examples of the types of products our attorneys have defended include:
- Agricultural equipment
- Automobiles (cars and SUVs)
- Automotive component parts
- Construction equipment
- Electrical components/equipment
- Food and beverage
- Hydraulic hoses
- Industrial machinery
- Material handling equipment
- Medical devices
- Power tools
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