- Testosterone Replacement
- DePuy Hip Implant
- Inferior Vena Cava
- Transvaginal Mesh
- Zimmer NextGen
- Zimmer Durom Cup
Hip Implant Recall
About The Firm
Founded by Tim K. Goss and Richard A. Freese, Freese & Goss, PLLC is a nationally – recognized trial firm committed to protecting the rights of the injured. With more than 40 years of combined experience, Tim and Rich have represented victims in all 50 states and Puerto Rico. They have successfully prosecuted significant cases against pharmaceutical companies and resolved over $1 billion dollars in cases on behalf of consumers over the past ten years.
They are nationally recognized court-appointed class counsel and have successfully represented hundreds of thousands of consumers against financial institutions for wrongful lending practices.
They know that the only way to maximize monetary recovery in mass tort litigation is to take a high profile in the litigation; be active; dedicate the necessary resources; be prepared to try the case; and, when necessary, go to trial.
Tim and Rich are currently pursuing cases involving the pharmaceutical drugs Actos, Reglan, Accutane, Paxil, Celexa, Zoloft, Prozac and Topamax; and medical devices made by DePuy and Zimmer.
Freese & Goss, PLLC, has a national presence and currently maintains offices in Birmingham, Alabama; Dallas, Texas; and Jackson, Mississippi.
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