August 19, 2021 – Henry “Hank” Didier, managing partner of the Didier Law Firm, P.A., was recently selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2022 in the field(s) of personal injury and product liability litigation – plaintiffs. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers® has become universally regarded as…Details
The Didier Law Firm, located in Orlando, Florida, specializes in complex business and litigation matters. Its founder, Hank Didier, litigated complex product liability cases nationally for more than twenty years, aggressively advocating for clients to obtain the best possible results. Now, Didier Law Firm has shifted its focus to support the Didier Family of companies and their legal needs.
Mr. Didier’s expertise in complex matters stems from his ownership and management of successful law firms over his career, as well as his experience litigating against manufacturers in a broad range of automotive defect cases including unsafe airbags, tire failures, rollover stability cases and more. The Didier Law Firm was instrumental in leading Takata airbag defect discovery that obtained key documents which exposed the dangers of Takata airbags. Mr. Didier was featured in various national news media pieces, and the firm’s efforts ultimately led to the massive national recall of defective airbag inflators in millions of consumers’ cars.
At the end of the day, Didier Law Firm has always defined itself by the exceptional legal services it has provided its clients for more than twenty years. The firm is proud of its work as product safety attorneys to bring about justice for consumers injured or wrongfully killed by unsafe products. And, it is honored to now handle complex business litigation matters related to Mr. Didier’s current focus at the Didier Family of companies.
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