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We Help Individuals Harmed by Defective Drugs and Medical Devices.

Injured by a Drug or Medical Device? We Can Help.

Injured? We Can Help.

If you or a loved one has been injured by a bad drug or medical device, it is important that you get the legal representation you deserve.

Maxwell Law Group focuses only on pharmaceutical drug and medical device litigation. Our personal injury law firm is committed to providing you with the expertise, individual attention, and respect you deserve.

There is never a fee unless we win. In other words, you do not have to pay anything upfront for us to be your attorneys.

We represent clients nationwide, and we would be honored to be advocates for your case. 

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Defective Drugs

Defective drugs cause serious injury to thousands of people every year. Let us help you if you’ve been harmed.

Unsafe Medical Devices

You were hurt by a device that was supposed to improve your quality of life. We can help.

Why Hire Maxwell Law Group?

We'll review your case for free.

You pay NOTHING unless we win your case, and we'll investigate your case at no charge to you.

We focus exclusively on defective drug and medical device litigation. It's what we do.

We give personalized attention to every client.

Every case is unique. We'll be with you every step of the process.

We communicate with our clients regularly to make sure you're always up to date on your case.


Featured Lawsuits

Camp Lejeune Lawsuit

Camp Lejeune is a military camp in Jacksonville, North Carolina used as a marine corps base. From 1953 to 1987, unregulated dumping of toxic wastes in the area contaminated the camp’s water supply including their drinking water.

As a result, military personnel and their families who resided at the camp during those years developed a variety of health issues, including a rare form of breast cancer, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, leukemia, reproductive disorders, and other problems.

Military veterans, their family members, and workers who served in Camp Lejeune from 1953 to 1987 and developed cancer, reproductive disorders, and other health issues may be eligible to pursue a claim and seek financial compensation.

Roundup Lawsuit

Roundup is a herbicide primarily used for weed growth in residential, agricultural, and industrial crops. Roundup’s active ingredient, glyphosate, is a possible carcinogen.

Patients who have suffered complications, including non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and other forms of cancer, after being exposed to Roundup may be eligible to pursue a claim and seek financial compensation.

Hernia Mesh Lawsuit

Hernia mesh manufacturers are facing lawsuits due to a high number of patients experiencing complications after undergoing hernia repair surgery.

Patients who have experienced chronic pain, infection, or the need for revision surgery after being implanted with hernia mesh may be eligible to pursue a claim and seek financial compensation.

Frequently Asked Questions

We know that hiring an attorney can be stressful. You probably have many questions. Don’t worry. We’re happy to answer any questions you have. 

Discover answers to some of the most common questions we receive. If you have additional questions, please ask us!

How do I know if I have a case?

If you experienced severe side effects while you were taking a prescription drug or after using a medical device, you may have a case.

View the specific drug or device page on this website for further details on the types of injuries for which you may be able receive compensation.

What if I can't afford an attorney?

We offer our services on what is called a “contingency fee” basis. That means we pay for all the upfront costs of your case. You owe us nothing, and we only take a fee if you win your case.

When should I call about my case?

As soon as possible, ideally. Give us a call to speak with one of our staff members confidentially. We’re available 24/7 to speak with you.

If you’d prefer, you can fill out a contact form on our website and one our team members will call you within a few minutes.

Is there a time limit to bring a lawsuit?

Yes! Every state has a law that limits the amount of time you have to file a lawsuit. The time limits are different in every state, but if you wait too long, you may be out of luck.

The time you have to pursue a claim is limited, so call or contact us today!

How long does a lawsuit take?

Often, lawsuits against drug and device manufacturers are consolidated into a single court. This makes the administration easier for the judge, the plaintiffs, and the defendants.

These consolidated actions can take years to resolve. Give us a call and we can give you additional details about the litigation status of your particular drug or device.

Am I suing my personal doctor?

No, you are not suing your doctor. In drug and device litigation, the lawsuit is against the company or companies that manufactured the drug or device.

Your local doctor will not be involved in your lawsuit.

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We're On Your Side

Our attorneys are always ready to speak with you about your personal situation. Every day we help people in situations similar to yours. Our team can guide you each step of the way and make sure you get the financial compensation you deserve.

While our physical offices are in Utah and Washington DC, we offer our services nationwide. We'd be honored to discuss your case with you free of charge.

Please note that the law limits the time you have to pursue a claim or file a lawsuit for an injury. If you think you have a case, don't wait to take action. Contact us today.

To speak with us directly, call (844) 525-7155. We want to hear about your situation and help you through this difficult time.

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Washington, D.C. 20036

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