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- Torts & Litigation
- Liquor Liability
- Premises Liability
- Residential Liability
- Retail Liability
- Ski Liability
- Third Party Criminal Acts
- Veterinary Malpractice
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Plunkett Cooney's Torts & Litigation Practice Group features the collective talents of attorneys who focus on the defense of all manners of civil litigation, including construction disputes, motor vehicle negligence, liquor liability, product liability, toxic torts and premises liability, including slip and falls, trip and falls and open and obvious dangers.
Members of the Torts & Litigation Practice Group have handled literally thousands of cases to successful conclusion, and they have significant trial experience at all levels of the state and federal court systems. In addition to aggressive trial and motion practices, Plunkett Cooney attorneys utilize alternative dispute resolution as a means of achieving the right result for the clients in an efficient and cost effective manner.
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Recent Blog Posts
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- Incident Documentation Series - The Need for Thorough Inspections
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