Holding Drug-Makers Accountable
The Curtis Law Group gets results. We have a proven track record of holding drug makers accountable for over 20 years, and our success speaks for itself. We fight for our clients from the very first interview all the way to the United States Supreme Court. We are so committed to our clients, that we don't charge a fee unless we are successful with their case.
Our law firm is a nationally-recognized leader in plaintiffs' personal injury trial law. Our experienced Personal Injury Lawyers combine decades of experience and personal dedication to clients with a proven record of success in litigating complex and high-profile cases, specifically Accutane lawsuits and Zoloft lawsuits. Bill Curtis has built the firm’s reputation with successful verdicts, settlements, appeals and favorable decisions across the country.
The Curtis Law Group Videos
View our IVC filters video
View our video on GranuFlo
View our video on Risperdal
View our video on Xarelto
View our Video
We handle the following types of lawsuits
|Xarelto||Lipitor||Zoloft, Paxil and other SSRI drugs|
|Personal Injury||Defective Pacemaker Leads||TransVaginal Mesh|
|Disability Insurance||Depuy Hip Implant|
Above you will find just some of the drug cases that Curtis Law Group is working on, there are numerous other drugs that our bad drug lawyers can help you with.
Are you eligible to receive compensation?
Request a FREE consultation NOW. We don’t get paid until YOU get paid. Curtis Law Group serves clients nationwide and we win cases. To discuss the harm this dangerous drug or medical device may have caused you and your family, call us toll free at 800.890.7449. You may also contact us by email now for prompt attention to your questions.
These are the words from one of our many happy clients...
"When an air compressor exploded at the manufacturing plant where I worked, cast iron shrapnel blew through a cinder block wall and into the left side of my body. I'll never be the same, but Bill Curtis was there for me and helped me recover $8.5M in injuries."-Danny Turney