Trevor's lawyer, John Bisnar, looks forward to his client's day in court against the camping giant. "The two sides to this lawsuit simply do not agree on much. What we do agree on and what both sides believe in is submitting our dispute to a jury of Orange County residents to decide," said Bisnar.
This lawsuit is important for two very important reasons. First and foremost, it is important that Trevor Dennis be fairly compensated for his injuries by the company who chose to put a dangerous and defective product on the market. When Coleman sold the product and put it on store shelves, consumers had the right to believe that it was safe to use. Second, it is important that large corporations who refuse to accept responsibility for their wrongs be held accountable to victims of their dangerous products. Without the jury system, a child like Trevor would be discarded by a big corporation like an old computer.
One thing is for sure, Trevor's parents chose a trial tested law firm to represent their child. Lead trial attorney Brian Chase has been battling big corporations and manufacturers for many years in defective product cases and his impressive track record of success is the best testament to his legal skill and advocacy. You can bet he'll be turning up the heat on Coleman Company next week and will probably send them camping.