Drug Injury Lawyers News
Topamax Verdict for $3 Million & Costs
PHILADELPHIA — A Topamax verdict for $3 million and costs was awarded to a Wisconsin woman yesterday. See story.
Androgel Lawsuit in Supreme Court
WASHINGTON, D.C. — An Androgel lawsuit was at the center of a U.S. Supreme Court case decided last summer. Story.
Nationwide Legal Help
Matthews & Associates represent people injured by dangerous drugs and medical devices. We work nationwide and in Puerto Rico. Our lawyers, researchers, investigators and medical staff investigate, hire experts, take depositions and order medical records to fight Big Pharma and other Goliaths. David Matthews has been quoted or featured by:
Matthews & Associates gets Results
Please see our Testimonials. Our firm has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for people in cases involving dangerous drugs and devices, truck and auto accidents, petro-chemical explosions, construction accidents, birth injury, product liability, electrocutions, nursing home abuse, abuse by clergy, and many more.
Personal Injury Law Firm
Matthews & Associates has not always focused primarily on dangerous drugs and devices. In 2007 the firm won a $3.64 million jury verdict in a rape and kidnapping case against the largest shopping mall in Texas and one of the country’s largest security companies. Mother Jones, the century-old magazine still unsurpassed for journalistic integrity, detailed the story of a multi-million dollar verdict Mr. Matthews won for a mother in a defective baby cradle case – “The Hand that Rocks the Cradle.”
Individual Cases, Individual Attention
At Matthews & Associates, we file cases individually and prosecute them on their own merits. In pharmaceutical drug litigation, people often have vastly different injuries and circumstances; therefore they need their cases filed on an individual basis. That’s why we virtually always file cases individually, and prosecute them accordingly.
Abogados para Personas Heridas
En Matthews y Asociados ayudamos a personas perjudicadas por los actos negligentes de las grandes empresas, tales como las compañías fabricantes de medicamentos y dispositivos médicos defectuosos.