Chris Kreiner is a trial lawyer who has spent his career defending clients in product liability and personal injury litigation. He has worked for more than a decade on cases throughout the United States, including New York, California, Florida, Mississippi, Missouri and Washington, D.C., in both federal and state courts. Most recently, Chris served as trial counsel in Lesia Mooney, as Personal Representative of the Estate of Barbara June Meacham v. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, et al, an “Engle progeny” case tried in Florida involving claims for substantial compensatory and punitive damages.
Chris’ practice includes both individual and class action cases concerning product liability, personal injury and fraud claims. He is well-versed in trial preparation, discovery issues, development of trial strategies, examination of expert witnesses on scientific themes and cross-examination of technical experts.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christopher A. Kreiner