The question is correspond to any type of MOSFET controller with overcurrent protection. In fact, there are delay between overcurrent detection and MOSFET gate discharge. The delay in range of 1us can lead to MOSFET overstress - dependent of short circuit inductance. What about to add air inductor (and freewheeling diode) to device output to make current rising more slow in case of hard short-circuit event? In most cases this inductor may be no more then 10 uH so it shoul be rather small. In case of parallel MOSFET connetion the common inductor can be separated to individual for every MOSFET. The diode can be selected with rather small current rating - it should handle only big peak currents.