Lawyers Accepting Zofran Referrals

Lawyers Accepting Zofran Referrals 2017-05-02T11:26:30+00:00

Banville Law has joined with a coalition of plaintiffs’ attorneys to investigate the claims of parents who believe prenatal exposure to Zofran may have caused their child’s birth defects. We are working alongside a number of attorneys who are experienced in handling mass tort litigations involving dangerous pharmaceutical products. Many of our lawyers have devoted much of their practice to complex pharmaceutical litigation.

We would gladly accept referrals from another attorney.

Banville Law Is Accepting Referrals For Zofran Birth Defect Claims

Our team has turned its focus entirely on the Zofran litigation, and includes attorneys licensed to practice in:

  • Pennsylvania
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Maryland
  • Georgia
  • Delaware
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • Massachusetts
  • Illinois
  • Minnesota

Led by Monheit Law, the attorneys at Banville Law sponsor two websites for families interested in learning more about Zofran and its association to major birth defects: ZofranLegal.com and Zofran.Monheit.com.

Feel free to look through our attorneys’ bios to learn more about their experience and qualifications.

Michael Monheit, Esq.

Michael is the managing partner at Monheit Law, PC, a firm based in Pennsylvania. With more than 20 years of trial experience, Michael has been involved in many mass torts against large pharmaceutical manufacturers, including MDLs surrounding Topamax and Vioxx.

Michael served on the PSC for In Re Latex Allergy, chaired the Fosamax Litigation Group and has also been appointed lead counsel in several class actions involving childhood lead paint poisoning.

Himself the parent of a child with special needs, Michael draws on personal experience to offer clients compassionate counsel. He is currently a board member of The Cleft Lip & Palate Foundation of Smiles, a nonprofit devoted to spreading societal awareness and understanding for children born with orofacial abnormalities.

Elizabeth Graham, Esq.

A director at Grant & Eisenhofer, Elizabeth Graham leads the firm’s complex pharmaceutical and device litigation practice. She has devoted her practice to mass torts for 26 years.

Ms. Graham served as lead counsel in MDL 1069, Borman Automotive v. American Honda Motor Corp., and was instrumental to the case’s eventual resolution in a $435 million settlement. She served on the PSC for In Re Sulzer Hip Prosthesis and Knee Prosthesis Liability Litigation and has represented more than 100 families harmed by environmental toxins, winning more than $25 million in confidential settlements.

Elizabeth currently serves on the PSC for In Re Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II Hip Implant Products Liability Litigation and co-chairs the Law & Briefing Committee for the Xarelto MDL.

Robert Jenner, Esq.

Robert Jenner leads the mass tort practice at Janet, Jenner & Suggs, LLC, where he is a partner. Robert’s experience spans more than 28 years, in which time he has devoted the majority of his practice to complex litigations involving pharmaceutical drugs, medical devices and tainted blood products.

Former President of the Maryland Trial Lawyers Association (now the Maryland Association for Justice), Mr. Jenner currently serves on the organization’s Board of Governors.

Brian Mittman, Esq.

Brian Mittman, a partner at Markhoff & Mittman, adds more than 20 years of experience to our team. Brian focuses his practice on Social Security Disability Law.

Laurence Banville, Esq.

Before founding Banville Law, Laurence Banville was a corporate defense attorney, representing asbestos manufacturers. His experience brings us valuable insights into the defense strategies employed by large corporations.

Contact Banville Law For More Information On Referring A Zofran Lawsuit

If you’d like to learn more about our attorneys’ qualifications, or to find information on referral fee agreements, call Banville Law or fill out our contact form today for more information at no charge.