Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 13, 2014
Harman Law LLC announces a new website, office location and additional attorneys. The firm has moved its Atlanta office to a larger space located in Monarch Center, 3414 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 1250, Atlanta, GA 30326. Concurrent to the move, the firm launched a new website with video library and blog at http://www.HarmanLaw.com.
Founder Matt Harman leads a team of attorneys to seek justice for individuals and families nationwide who are harmed by dangerous or defective drugs and devices.
“The civil justice system is one of the most important means for holding accountable those people and corporations who break the law. We level the playing field by working tirelessly to get to the bottom of each case, finding the truth, and going after those who have caused unnecessary harm. Our firm strives to make sure the wrongdoing does not happen again.”
New attorneys include Eric Fredrickson and J. Kyle Califf to round out the drug and medical device injury practice as well as representation of corporate and pharmaceutical whistleblowers, victims of patent infringement, and businesses who are victims of unfair business practices. Paralegal Nancy Berke supports the attorneys and provides assistance to clients.
The firm is currently representing boys and young men who allegedly developed female-like breasts while taking the antipsychotic Risperdal, families of diabetics who died allegedly from malfunctioning insulin pumps made by Medtronic, and is investigating many other drugs and devices on behalf of clients.
Harman Law’s national practice is complemented by alliances with top-tier law firms across the country to represent plaintiffs both individually and in mass tort class action cases.
About Harman Law LLC
Based in Atlanta, George, Harman Law LLC represents clients nationwide who suffer injury from pharmaceutical drugs and medical devices. Founder Matt Harman, formerly with a large, national corporate defense firm, brings his defense expertise to representation of and litigation strategy for plaintiffs. Other practice areas of the firm include catastrophic injury and wrongful death, whistleblower qui tam False Claims Act matters, intellectual property and business disputes.
Harman serves on the editorial board of the Georgia Trial Lawyers magazine “Verdict” and is active with the American Association for Justice. He recently appeared on The American Law Journal television program on the Philadelphia CNN-News affiliate WFMZ-TV discussing the future of patient safety and the FDA. Harman attorneys give back to the community, taking time from the office to volunteer at Metro Atlanta Salvation Army.