Dangerous drug and medical device attorney David Woolf uses his decades of personal injury experience in his fight against Big Pharma for the biggest financial settlements possible for our clients. Mr. Woolf represents victims throughout the United States harmed by hernia mesh, Truvada, Zantac, Paragard IUD, and more. In every case, he pursues maximum compensation for our clients’ doctor’s and rehabilitation bills, lost earnings, and pain and suffering. And since we accept no payment unless we win, our clients have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Mr. Woolf realizes that getting sickened by a malfunctioning medical device or dangerous medication is life-changing. Victims may lose their ability to work and enjoy their relationships, and they have to endure the trauma of chronic pain, additional medical procedures, and the unknown of whether things will return to normal. That is why Mr. Woolf fights so hard to get the drug and medical device manufacturers to apologize the only way they can – through their bank accounts.
Mr. Woolf brings various damaging claims against the medical device manufacturers and drug companies, including:
- Negligence – breaching the companies’ duty of care towards patients;
- Failure to warn – keeping doctors in the dark about their products’ inherent danger and improperly labeling their products
- Manufacturing defects – shoddily building products or causing them to become contaminated
- Defective design – creating products that are inherently problematic
Meanwhile, Mr. Woolf’s legal team manages cases in a way that allows our clients to get on with their lives. We obtain the medical records, we conduct the investigations, we hire the medical experts, we litigate the claims, and we manage the settlement process. In most cases, our clients never see the inside of a courtroom or deposition room. Throughout the lawsuit, our clients can rest assured they are receiving the best legal representation available so they can concentrate solely on healing.
Mr. Woolf earned his J.D. from the Whittier Law School, where he worked in the special education clinic, helping to bridge the gap between autistic children and the education system. As a personal injury attorney, he represented people harmed in all types of catastrophic accidents. He learned how best to negotiate with insurance defense firms in pursuit of the most money possible for his clients.