Grand Rapids, Michigan, Toxic Tort Lawyers
McDonald Pierangeli Macfarlane, PLLC, is a nationally prominent toxic tort litigation law firm. We are lawyers trained and experienced in advising and defending corporations in toxic tort matters such a asbestos; benzene; lead paint; mold; silica; and talc. Our law firm recognizes that mass toxic tort claims, such as asbestos litigation, can threaten a company’s existence. Our lawyers employ aggressive strategies to defend existing cases as well as employ strategies to control future litigation.
McDonald Pierangeli Macfarlane, PLLC, attorneys serve as national coordinating counsel for major corporations and effectively manage thousands of asbestos cases nationwide for several equipment manufacturers. Our attorneys have developed relationships with national law firms and world-renowned experts, including: pathologists; oncologists; pulmonologists; certified industrial hygienists; and economists, which allow our attorneys to remain abreast of the latest scientific and legal developments throughout the country.
McDonald Pierangeli Macfarlane, PLLC, attorneys also serve as local counsel in Michigan for national law firms and corporations, defending toxic tort-related lawsuits involving claims for personal injury and wrongful death. When appropriate, our lawyers aggressively pursue resolution of cases in their infancy via summary judgment motions. When cases do proceed to trial, our lawyers draw upon their vast litigation experience and knowledge to achieve excellent results that our clients have come to expect. McDonald Pierangeli Macfarlane, PLLC, attorneys are among an elite group of attorneys to have successfully tried asbestos cases to jury verdict in Michigan.
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To discuss your toxic tort case with a lawyer at McDonald Pierangeli Macfarlane, PLLC, call 616-426-9609 or fill out the contact us form on this site. From our office in Grand Rapids, we represent clients throughout the country.