Personal injury defense requires specialized knowledge—knowledge of the applicable statutes, relevant standards of care, and injury-related damages models. We have extensive experience litigating medical malpractice claims (primarily in the defense of medical-surgical hospitals, as well as psychiatric facilities); medical device cases; a variety of other products liability matters, including automobiles, aircraft, farm equipment, and toxic materials; oilfield and pipeline-related injury cases; and other personal injury claims. So we know what it takes to successfully defend our clients. We have been successful in getting claims dismissed early in the case where plaintiffs have not complied with the statutory requirements, or have otherwise failed to plead and prove a case with legal merit. And when cases have to be litigated, we know how to try them—and have tried them successfully both to juries and in cases in which the judge was the sole fact finder, both in federal and state courts. Simply put, our personal injury clients trust us to handle these claims so that they can get back to business.