Alabama injury lawyers

If you have been the victim of a defective product, faulty product, harmful medication or injured by a medical device you may be entitled to benefits and financial compensation. These types of injury claims are referred to as mass torts. Please contact the Alabama catastrophic injury lawyers at The Vaughan Firm, P.C. immediately. In addition to mass torts our Alabama injury attorneys also handle claims related to auto accidents, tractor trailer accidents, birth injury claims, medical malpractice, construction accidents and wrongful death cases.

Our Montgomery, Alabama mass tort attorneys offer free case reviews and charge nothing if they do not recover for you and your family. In addition, they serve the entire country including Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso, Los Angeles, New York City (NYC), Philadelphia & Chicago.

Types Of Mass Tort Claims Our AL Injury Lawyers Handle

The catastrophic injury lawyers handle many types of accident, injury, negligence and wrongful death lawsuits. These are:

Defective Medical Products & Devices such as Allergan breast implant recalls,DaVinci Surgical Robot claims, trans-vaginal mesh injury cases and more.

Harmful medications including Zantac, Belviq, Elmiron, Truvada, Invokana, Taxotere and more.

Hazardous chemicals and substances including Paraquat, Roundup weedkiller, asbestos, JUUL vaping devices, firefighting foam cancer claims, 3M defective earplugs and others.

Catastrophic Injury Claims Handled Nationwide By Our Alabama Injury Lawyers

Our team of Mobile, Alabama injury attorneys also handle car accidents, motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, tractor trailer accidents, third party construction site accidents, birth injury claims, labor and delivery injury claims, medical malpractice lawsuits, medical negligence cases and wrongful death claims.

Contact Our Alabama Injury Lawyers Handling Mass Tort Claims

To arrange a free case review with our Houston, TX injury lawyers please click here. They handle accident, injury, mass torts and wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis. This means they charge nothing unless they recover for you.

With an office in Houston, TX and satellite locations across the country they serve the entire United States.