Texas Pharmaceutical Drug Lawyers
The pharmaceutical drug industry is one of the largest and most powerful industries in the country. Over the past decade, there have been countless examples of pharmaceutical corporations putting drug profits before people. Each and every year, thousands of individuals are injured or killed by dangerous pharmaceuticals and defective medical devices. Our pharmaceutical drug lawyers have represented thousands of clients against some of the largest drug manufacturers in the world, including GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Pfizer, and Bayer. Our pharmaceutical team has the knowledge and skill necessary to go head-to-head against the largest drug manufacturers in the pharmaceutical industry. We have successfully recovered millions of dollars in settlements against pharmaceutical drug & medical equipment companies.
In recent years, a staggering number of drugs and medical devices have been recalled by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) due to dangerous defects or flaws in design. While the FDA is ultimately responsible for monitoring the safety of pharmaceuticals and medical devices, because of inadequate testing and fraudulent practices by the manufactures, far too many of these dangerous products go overlooked and are subsequently released into the market to be used by unsuspecting consumers. Our pharmaceutical drug lawyers have seen it all and know how to fight against their defenses.
If you or someone you love has been injured or killed from the use of a pharmaceutical drug or faulty medical device, contact Brent Coon & Associates today.
FROM THE BLOG
TPC Explosion Town Hall Meeting Monday. Get your questions answered!
When: Monday, December 9, 2019 Where: Groves Community Center: 6150 39th St, Groves, TX 77619 Who should attend: Everyone with questions or concerns regarding the TPC explosion Brent Coon & Associates will hold a town hall meeting on Monday, December 9th at 4:00PM, located at the Groves Community Center. BCA Founder Brent Coon…
BCA represents widow of first TPC related death
The widow of a man who is the first and potentially only person to have reportedly died as a result of the TPC Group explosion is announcing her intent to sue the company. Darlene Fontenot’s husband Trent had a heart attack shortly after last week’s blast, according to Attorney Brent Coon. She was one of…
TPC declared high priority violator by EPA following plant explosions
The Southeast Texas chemical manufacturing plant, owned by Houston-based Texas Petroleum Chemical Group, has a long history of environmental violations and been out of compliance with federal clean air laws for years. Brent Coon & Associates is taking claims regarding the TPC explosion. Click here to learn more. The Port Neches chemical plant where two…