Anvil Legal Group
Our focus is personal injury, prescription drug and medical device practice areas. Anvil Legal Group was founded to provide nationwide legal representation for everyday people who have sustained an injury from a dangerous drug, defective product, accident or act of negligence.
Our staff of experienced attorneys and legal professionals will take the time to listen to and answer all our clients’ questions, as we understand the value of transparency and clear communication with our client partners.
Medical Drug Law
Prescription drugs are flooding the health care industry now more than ever. With the increase in drug approvals has come an increase in prescription drug injuries and deaths. It is estimated that tens of thousands of Americans die each year as a result of the medications they were prescribed. These statistics do not include those who overdosed or died as a result of a pharmacy or doctor error. And while all this is taking place, the manufacturers of such medications are reaping billions in profits. Anvil Legal Group is here to stand up for those who have been injured and possess the resources to pursue justice on your behalf.
Medical Device Law
With great advancements in medicine, there has been an increased use of medical devices in the treatment of injuries and diseases. However, some medical devices may be inadequately tested and regulated and rushed to market by companies that are in a hurry to make a profit.
Unfortunately, dangerous medical devices harm many unsuspecting patients each year. That’s where Anvil Legal Group can help.
Personal Injury Law
Personal injury law is the body of law that governs accident injury victims’ pursuit of compensation for damages suffered. It allows for financial recovery of physical and emotional damages. The right to recover on damages is based on the long standing principal that an innocent victim of another party’s negligence should not have to bear the burden of loss. Common examples of compensable items arising from a personal injury claim include, but are not limited to: physical injury from a negligent act or product, emotional suffering, past and future medical expenses and lost wages.