98%

Victory Rate

As the end-users of products, consumers have the reasonable expectation that a product will work and perform its function safely. If you have been injured by a defective product or defective industrial equipment, you may be entitled to compensation. Our trial attorneys have significant experience pursuing these types of cases and have had great success for our clients who have been injured by defective products in the marketplace.

$27

million

Product Liability - Family man paralyzed in a boating injury when he fell from the upper deck of a yacht. The offer by the insurance company for the defendant was only $3 million before trial and $25 million after three weeks of jury trial, offered after closing arguments.

Lead Trial Attorney Mark McNabola and Ruth Degnan

$20

million

Construction Site Negligence - A man was demonstrating construction equipment known as a “man lift," and was elevated in the air. The lift collapsed, and the plaintiff suffered permanent injuries to his ankle and lower back. McNabola represented one of two seriously injured plaintiffs. Prior to trial, the offer was only $3 million.

Lead Trial Attorney Mark McNabola

Defective Industrial Equipment

At McNabola Law Group, we provide skillful, results-oriented representation for victims of industrial incidents, including those caused by defective industrial equipment. We have experience with injuries typically occurring in factory and warehouse environments, including loss of limbs and fingers, falls and burns.

Drug/Pharmaceutical Recalls

Without question, many people are alive today due to advances in pharmaceutical science. However, in the rush to take proprietary drugs to market, some pharmaceutical companies may choose to ignore or downplay the significance of certain test data. The result can be serious or life-threatening side effects from taking a medication. In other cases, a drug may not be harmful in itself, but adverse side effects can result when the drug is used with other medications.

Automobile Defects

McNabola Law Group has a well earned track record of providing successful representation in all types of defective product cases, including those involving defective vehicles and vehicle components. We have represented clients in numerous products liability cases and will work diligently for you to build a strong case that holds the manufacturer responsible and provides full compensation for your losses.

Defective Surgical Implants

With advances in medical technology, patients who would not have been able to receive treatment in the past, are now able to receive surgical implants for conditions involving the heart, hips, knees and other organs and parts of the body. While these advances are meant to improve the patient’s quality of life, unfortunately, sometimes these procedures are harmful to the patient due to defective surgical implants or defects/mishaps with the equipment used to perform the surgery.

We offer a no-cost, no-pressure, no-obligation consultation to discuss your rights

From our offices in downtown Chicago our personal injury litigation attorneys represent clients in communities throughout Cook County and Illinois. Learn more about ways we can help you receive the compensation you need for your physical, mental, emotional, and financial recovery. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.

$27

million

Product Liability - Family man paralyzed in a boating injury when he fell from the upper deck of a yacht. The offer by the insurance company for the defendant was only $3 million before trial and $25 million after three weeks of jury trial, offered after closing arguments.

Lead Trial Attorney Mark McNabola and Ruth Degnan

$20

million

Construction Site Negligence - A man was demonstrating construction equipment known as a “man lift," and was elevated in the air. The lift collapsed, and the plaintiff suffered permanent injuries to his ankle and lower back. McNabola represented one of two seriously injured plaintiffs. Prior to trial, the offer was only $3 million.

Lead Trial Attorney Mark McNabola