5 Signs You're Not Suited To Be A Product Liability Lawyer

By Emily Field (August 19, 2016, 5:04 PM EDT) -- Product liability law isn't for every attorney. Hours spent poring through documents rife with technical details and scientific information, and viewing the often tragic and gruesome injuries and deaths that are at the center of many cases, takes a special kind of lawyer. 

The practice of product liability law also requires attorneys to juggle multiple deadlines while maintaining good working relationships with teams of other attorneys, regardless if one is working on the defense side or for the plaintiffs, as mass torts comprise much of the caseload for product liability attorneys.

"There are a number of traits that are good indicators that...

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