Posted by Gary Burger on September 11, 2017 in Wrongful Death
Accidental Opiate Intoxication Suit
Burger Law recently filed a wrongful death suit for the family of Nathan Hughes. Nathan tragically passed away after overdosing on Opiates. He became addicted to Opiates after being wrongfully prescribed them for years, for treatment of his chronic pain.
Burger Law is seeking compensation for Nathan’s family and is suing his former physician Doctor Creighton, his former practice, and numerous drug companies including: Mallinckrodt, KVK-Tech, Impax Laboratories, Actavis Generics, Amneal Pharmaceuticals, West-Ward Pharmaceuticals, and Par Pharmaceuticals. Burger Law is also alleging class allegations, and hopes to represent the families of other victims wrongfully treated by these Opioid companies and prescribers.
National Opioid Wrongful Death Lawyers
The wrongful death attorneys at Burger Law are experienced in all areas of injury cases including wrongful death. Gary Burger and his team of lawyers and staff understand that the loss of a loved one due to wrongful death is immeasurable. If your loved one has died because of the negligence of another person, doctor, or corporation you may have a claim for that wrongful death.
States across the United States limit the time to file a wrongful death claim. These can be challenging claims, so quickly hiring Burger Law enables our wrongful death attorneys to collect important evidence, get an autopsy if necessary, contact witnesses, identify liable parties and decide which family member is best to pursue the death claim. Since you only have one chance to ensure that the deceased’ family is financially secure well into the future, it is important that you work with a wrongful death attorney who has proven experience of winning these types of cases. Burger Law has over 70 years of combined experience. If you’ve lost a loved one as a result of wrongful death or opioid drug overdose, we encourage you to contact us today by calling (314) 542-2222 or completing our online contact form.