My experience in the field of products liability began with a 1984 case against the manufacturer of a hot air balloon that crashed on a Fresno race track, injuring dozens of people and killing numerous horses. Nearly 30 years later, my firm—which I head with my partner, John Thornton—has grown significantly in size and scope. Andrews & Thornton has represented tens of thousands of clients nationwide in mass torts products liability litigation, and we currently specialize in advocating for consumers and advancing the claims of those harmed by dietary supplements, pharmaceutical products, and compounded drugs.
Andrews & Thornton has long appreciated the importance of having an online presence. Blogging provides an additional and highly accessible avenue for professional networking and client and consumer outreach. According to the American Bar Association, “a good number of blogs are providing valuable, meaningful content for Web users, and lawyers (and their blogs) are a big part of this content revolution.”
I look forward to communicating my firm’s expertise and services to a wider online audience and using the “legal blogosphere” as a forum for building long-lasting professional relationships.