Practice Areas

The lawyers at Dixon Diab & Chambers are well-equipped to handle an array of business litigation cases, including contract disputes, disagreements between a business and a person or business to business claims. With years of experience in negotiating and litigating business cases, Dixon Diab & Chambers is able to evaluate and advise you throughout the process.

Dixon Diab & Chambers represents people nationwide who have been seriously injured or killed by the negligent, reckless, or intentional actions of others. We know the tremendous physical, emotional, and financial burdens that our clients face, and we work tirelessly to secure the compensation they deserve. In addition, we commit ourselves to handling each case with the compassion, skill, and communication our clients expect. Our reputation as skilled trial attorneys who achieve results is important to us. We believe in being forward-thinking, creative and, most of all, prepared. We approach each case as if it will be taken to trial. In doing so, we can give you an edge at the negotiating table and in the courtroom that has proven successful time and again.

Dangerous and defective products account for numerous injuries and deaths every year. From complex automobile defects to everyday consumer products, the lawyers at Dixon Diab & Chambers have substantial experience handling product liability cases against some of the largest companies in the United States. Working with some of the best experts in their respective fields, we strive to make even the most complex cases simple. Contact us today to find out how we can help you.

Many people assume that because drug companies and medical device manufacturers are required to obtain FDA approval, their products are safe. Unfortunately, in many cases, the products these companies release are shown to be unsafe and cause harm to hundreds, or even thousands of people. When this happens, drug companies and device manufacturers can be held accountable.

The lawyers at Dixon Diab & Chambers LLP are experienced mass tort litigators that understand the intricacies of litigating complex, pharmaceutical and medical device cases. Due to the sheer number of individuals involved, drug and device cases often are consolidated into state court coordinated proceedings or federal, multidistrict litigations. Coordination in these cases typically means that all lawsuits filed against a drug or device manufacturer are brought before one judge, in one court. Coordinated proceedings are utilized in these cases to efficiently litigate thousands of people’s cases and to avoid inconsistent rulings if the cases were otherwise litigated in multiple courts.

Our lawyers have successfully represented thousands of people that were hurt by defective drugs or medical devices. Our lawyers are also leaders in the field, having obtained prestigious court-appointed leadership positions in these coordinated lawsuits.

Leadership Appointments & Positions

  • Plaintiffs Executive Committee II, In re: Biomet M2A Magnum Hip Implant Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2391 (2015) – United States District Court, Northern District of Indiana, Hon. Robert L. Miller
  • Plaintiffs Steering Committee, In re: Fluoroquinolone Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2642 (2016) – United States District Court, District of Minnesota, Hon. John R. Tunheim
  • Discovery Committee Member, In re: Taxotere (Docetaxel) Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2740 (2016) – United States District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana, Hon. Kurt D. Engelhardt
  • Plaintiffs Steering Committee, In re: Smith & Nephew Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) Hip Implant Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2775 (2017) – United States District Court, District of Maryland, Hon. Catherine C. Blake

Many people assume that because drug companies and medical device manufacturers are required to obtain FDA approval, their products are safe. Unfortunately, in many cases, the products these companies release are shown to be unsafe and cause harm to hundreds, or even thousands of people. When this happens, drug companies and device manufacturers can be held accountable.

The lawyers at Dixon Diab & Chambers LLP are experienced mass tort litigators that understand the intricacies of litigating complex, pharmaceutical and medical device cases. Due to the sheer number of individuals involved, drug and device cases often are consolidated into state court coordinated proceedings or federal, multidistrict litigations. Coordination in these cases typically means that all lawsuits filed against a drug or device manufacturer are brought before one judge, in one court. Coordinated proceedings are utilized in these cases to efficiently litigate thousands of people’s cases and to avoid inconsistent rulings if the cases were otherwise litigated in multiple courts.

Our lawyers have successfully represented thousands of people that were hurt by defective drugs or medical devices. Our lawyers are also leaders in the field, having obtained prestigious court-appointed leadership positions in these coordinated lawsuits.

Leadership Appointments & Positions

  • Plaintiffs Executive Committee II, In re: Biomet M2A Magnum Hip Implant Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2391 (2015) – United States District Court, Northern District of Indiana, Hon. Robert L. Miller
  • Plaintiffs Steering Committee, In re: Fluoroquinolone Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2642 (2016) – United States District Court, District of Minnesota, Hon. John R. Tunheim
  • Discovery Committee Member, In re: Taxotere (Docetaxel) Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2740 (2016) – United States District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana, Hon. Kurt D. Engelhardt
  • Plaintiffs Steering Committee, In re: Smith & Nephew Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) Hip Implant Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2775 (2017) – United States District Court, District of Maryland, Hon. Catherine C. Blake

Both employers and employees hope there is never a dispute between them, but unfortunately there may be a need to hire a lawyer. Dixon Diab & Chambers have represented both employers and employees in a variety of cases, and provide general advice relating to employment issues. Dixon Diab & Chambers have represented employees in discrimination and harassment cases, as well as wage discrimination as well as state and federal claims.

Wildfires can be naturally occurring events that may even serve to promote forest health. However, all too often, they are the result of the negligence or wrongful conduct of a third party. Often, wildfires are started by utility companies and can have devastating effects. The 2007 San Diego Fires were linked to sparking power lines owned and operated by San Diego Gas & Electric (“SDG&E”). The 2015 Butte Fires in Calaveras and Amador Counties were linked to a tree that was improperly maintained by Pacific Gas & Electric (“PG&E”) falling into one of PG&E’s power lines, sparking a 70,000-acre fire. Most recently, the 220,000-acre, 2017 Wine Country Fires in Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino Counties have been alleged to be a result of PG&E’s wrongful conduct.

The lawyers at Dixon Diab & Chambers are actively litigating the 2017 Wine Country Fires and currently represent hundreds of people that were affected. For more information, see:

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Many people, even those with homeowner’s or renter’s insurance, quickly find out that they are significantly underinsured when it comes to the total losses they sustain following a devastating wildfire. In these cases, there are very powerful laws that govern utility companies that may require them to pay your attorneys’ fees and costs if you sustained property damage as a result.

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