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Past Areas of Litigation


When people have health problems that require prescription medication, they rely on that medication to improve their health, not worsen it. People trust that the medicine they are putting into their body will have a positive impact, not a negative one.

Unfortunately, not all drugs and devices receive the proper amount of testing for potential side effects before they are pushed to the market. Because of this, these medications and devices are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The pharmaceutical lawyers at Simmons Hanly Conroy have helped thousands stand up for their rights to receive due compensation after injury or harm from defective drugs and devices. These verdicts and settlements have reached over $260 million.*

The pharmaceutical lawyers, led by Paul Hanly and Jayne Conroy, have years of experience working on defective drug lawsuits. Below is a sampling of our lawyers work on past defective drugs and dangerous medical devices. However, the information on this page is provided for informational purposes only.

As of 2014, Simmons Hanly Conroy is no longer accepting cases involving the list below:

Our current areas of litigation include:

Please contact us with any questions.

* 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.

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I lost my wife to a heart attack caused by a dangerous drug. While nothing I do will ever bring her back, the Simmons firm helped ensure that other people won’t have to suffer the same loss as me. That product is no longer on the market and the companyRead More

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