When searching for an attorney, there many questions you that you’ll likely come across. Should I go with a large or small firm? Does an attorney truly care about my case, or is this simply a paycheck for them? Does experience really matter, or are they all the same?
I understand your questions and want to answer them honestly. My firm does care about your situation, your family, and your well-being. I have more than 30 years of experience serving clients in Ohio, Florida, and across the country. My experience—and success—has helped shape the way I handle cases, realizing the value and importance of direct client-attorney interaction and building a solid relationship.
When working with my firm, you will not be handed off to another associate attorney or paralegal. From the first day we meet, you will have direct access to me, the attorney, through the entire process, available to answer any questions or concerns you may have. I often tell clients that if they wake up at 3 a.m. with a question about their case, they can email, text, or call me right then.
Accessibility, priority, and commitment are three things I value highly when working with a client. If you are the victim of medical malpractice, dangerous drugs, a serious car accident, or other type of personal injury, contact me for the personalized, experienced, and proven help you and your family needs.
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In practice over 30 years, Elyria, Ohio attorney Brian Balser has achieved record setting settlements and verdicts in medical malpractice and wrongful death cases. He has litigated cases against some of the largest companies in the country, including Amazon.com.
Known for his work and success in pharmaceutical litigation, Brian is regularly sought out to assist other plaintiffs’ firms in their cases against pharmaceutical companies. He successfully represented over 1,800 individual clients in Ohio, Florida, and throughout the United States who took the diet drug known as Fen-Phen and suffered seriously injuries as a result. He also represented Vioxx clients in multi-district litigation and served on the Vioxx national MDL plaintiffs’ committees against Merck. Brian’s pharmaceutical litigation includes representing individuals against GlaxoSmithKline’s drug Avandia and Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals’ drug Pradaxa. Brian has also advocated for families of babies born with birth defects after exposure to Abbot Laboratories’ drug Depakote.