Quinolone Vigilance Foundation (QVF) provides this list of law firms which are reviewing cases of fluoroquinolone induced injury. QVF receives no compensation of any kind from these firms. Before QVF refers potential clients, we fully vet the attorneys. They are interviewed extensively and measures are taken ensure they are members in good standing with the Bar Association. If the law firm with whom you are working is not listed, it simply means we have not spoken to them or had a chance to research for ourselves and is no reflection on their ability to represent you. If you are a law firm or attorney and you wish to be listed here, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an interview.
Baron & Budd Law FirmBaron & Budd Law Firm is a national law firm investigating cases for clients who have been adversely affected by fluoroquinolone antibiotics such as Levaquin, Cipro, and Avelox. The first of many cases have been filed in State and Federal Court.
There are many factors that determine whether a lawsuit can be filed including statute of limitations, access to medical and pharmacy records, when the drug was taken, etc. Baron & Budd can answer any questions or concerns you have regarding whether you case can go forward.
On August 15, 2013, The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) required a label change warning patients of the risk for peripheral neuropathy (permanent nerve damage) from fluoroquinolone antibiotics taken by mouth or injection.
If you have taken brand name Levaquin, Cipro, or Avelox and have developed peripheral neuropathy, the attorneys at Baron & Budd are experienced, knowledgeable, and they tenaciously fight for their clients.
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Baron & Budd also has a great blog filled with helpful information. Quinolone Vigilance Foundation has written several guest blogs for it: http://baronandbudd.com/protecting-whats-right/
Thomas Sims interviewed for fluoroquinolone news story: http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/troubleshooters/Troubleshooters-Investigation-Pharmacy-Drugs-Prescription-Side-Effects-Antibiotic-301631121.html
Baron & Budd Law Firm
Clarkson Law FirmClarkson Law Firm is accepting clients who have suffered peripheral neuropathy as a result of taking Levaquin, Cipro, and Avelox. Ryan Clarkson has been carrying the flag forward on peripheral neuropathy claims since August 2013 when the FDA mandated peripheral neuropathy warning label changes on fluoroquinolone antibiotics. Mr. Clarkson is professional, ethical, and knowledgeable and he fights hard for his clients.
For more information: www.ClarksonLawFirm.com.
Mr. Clarkson also has a blog for which Quinolone Vigilance Foundation has written: http://clarksonlawfirm.com/category/blog/
Clarkson Law Firm
448 S. Hill St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Gallagher & KennedyGallagher & Kennedy is a full-service law firm with the top plaintiff’s practice group in the Southwest, specializing in catastrophic injury and wrongful death litigation. Gallagher & Kennedy plaintiffs’ personal injury litigation team collectively have over 130 years of experience protecting the rights of those harmed by others and have obtained over $500 million dollars in verdicts, awards and settlements on behalf of their clients. Gallagher & Kennedy is based in Phoenix, Arizona and represents injured victims of wrongdoing all over the Southwest and the United States.
Gallagher & Kennedy attorneys Lincoln Combs and Mark O’Connor are happy to speak with anyone suffering from peripheral neuropathy or similar neurological symptoms who believes that their problems may be related to their use of brand name Levaquin, Avelox, or Cipro.
For more information about Mark, Lincoln, or Gallagher & Kennedy, please contact them:
2575 East Camelback Road
Phoenix, Arizona, 85016
Scott A. Harford, founder of Harford, P.C., is an accomplished personal injury plaintiffs’ attorney licensed to practice in New York and New Jersey. He has represented hundreds of individual clients located across the country harmed by pharmaceutical drugs, defective consumer products, medical devices, and toxic chemicals.
Mr. Harford has been representing individuals suffering from Avelox-induced structural eye injuries since 2013. The first lawsuit was filed in April 2013. His law firm is accepting cases from all 50 states.
For more information: http://harford-law.com/aveloxocular-injuries/
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