Established in San Diego in 1999, the law firm of Mitchell & Shea, APC, specializes in Workers' Compensation & Personal Injury Law
Professional Sports Players may be entitled to receive long term medical care for work-related injuries. Insurance companies will sometimes offer a lump sum payment as incentive for the athlete to waive his or her rights to future coverage of injury related treatment costs.
Over 25 years combined legal experience in fighting for injured clients. We have successfully tried and settled over 1000 Personal Injury cases by zealously representing our clients and fighting to maximize their recovery.
Mitchell & Shea Attorneys are certified in Workers Compensation Law by the California State Bar
$2.5 Million Recovered PRODUCTS LIABILITY CASE
$1.4 Million Recovered MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CASE
$1,062,000.00 Recovered PERSONAL INJURY CASE
$1.1 Million Recovered WORKERS COMPENSATION Compromise & Release Claim
$975,000.00 Recovered DEATH BENEFIT CASE Benefits Obtained For Surviving Child
$990,000.00 Recovered WORKERS COMPENSATION Compromise & Release
Products can be defective in their design, manufacture, or lack of warnings. Product liability cases can result from all sorts of products whether used in an industrial setting (heavy machinery, machines, forklifts, tools, lifts, presses) or by consumers (the public at large).
Pharmaceutical or health care products such as medications or medical devices can be defective if they cause serious conditions which were not disclosed on the warning labels, or if they were manufactured in a defective manner.
Automobiles or automotive parts can be defective for a variety of complex reasons.
The lawyers at Mitchell & Shea, APC have expertise in product liability cases. We understand the vast amount of work required to win these cases and the need to retain the top experts in the field.
Proving a product is defective is not easy. Often, the manufacturer points the finger at the consumer and blames the injured person for not using the product correctly, or not following directions, or failing to keep the product in good repair.
These defenses are countered by our aggressive lawyers who find out everything there is to know about the design, development, manufacture, and distribution of the product in question.
We often find that these manufacturers knew from the start that certain flaws existed in the product, but went ahead with its production because they were more concerned with generating corporate profits rather than ensuring consumer safety.