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Freese & Goss represents clients nationwide. Tim Goss and Rich Freese have over 50 years of combined experience in personal injury cases. Dedication to our clients, fairness and a commitment to delivering the best possible outcomes are the reasons people like you continue to consult us in legal matters.

The firm specializes in dangerous drug cases, where drugs have been removed from the market because they have shown harmful or dangerous side effects that might injure or even kill consumers. We handle any type of pharmaceutical case, including Avandia, Paxil, Accutane, Reglan, Seroquel, Trayslol, Actos, Celexa, Zyprexa, Zoloft, and Prozac. The firm is actively pursuing legal matters in regards to these drugs and several medical devices.

Freese & Goss also handles cases involving consumer class action, premises liability, trucking accidents, personal injury and wrongful death actions.

We are ready to help you with your legal matters. If you or a loved one has suffered from any dangerous drug, call us today, or fill out our Case Review Inquiry form. We will return your inquiry promptly and courteously, and start you on your way to a just recovery.

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