Cases We Handle
If you or someone you love has suffered serious harm as a result of a defective medical device or a defective drug, you may be eligible for a potential defective drug settlement.* We want to hear from you today. Contact Simmons Hanly Conroy for free legal consultation. We have caring and experienced medical device/defective drug lawyers who can evaluate your case, answer your questions and help you understand your legal rights, including the filing of a medical device or pharmaceutical litigation.
When people have been injured by defective drugs or medical devices, Simmons Hanly Conroy has helped them stand up, speak out and get the compensation they deserve. We have a team of experienced pharmaceutical lawyers that can handle your case and help you navigate the complicated world of pharmaceutical litigation.
Our Experience and Success
Today, the firm continues to work on the front lines of several groundbreaking pharmaceutical trials, including several on a national stage. We have represented thousands of pharmaceutical clients and recovered nearly $260 million in verdicts and settlements.*
Our experience in litigating complex medical matters allows us to take a leadership role in standing up for individuals who have been injured by dangerous or defective drugs and medical devices. In medical device and pharmaceutical litigation, our success comes from our thorough understanding of our clients’ particular medical history weighed against the manufacturers’ legal obligations for testing, warnings and labels.
While our experience in potential medical dangers versus manufacturer’s liability allows us to handle any pharmaceutical litigation or defective medical device litigation you may have a cause to pursue, we do have concentrated practice areas in:
- Current Areas of Litigation
- Past Pharmaceutical Litigation Experience
For more information about how we identify potentially dangerous drugs and to determine a manufacturer’s liability, click here.
* Please note that recovery results vary per client. The recovery amounts in each case reflect the specific facts of that case. Further, recovery amounts in past cases are not a guarantee of future results.