Mass Torts & Class Actions
Class Action lawsuits are filed on behalf of a large number of people who have suffered the same or similar injuries. Pope McGlamry has decades of experience in class action suits and have won substantial verdicts and settlements.
Products Liability
Through diligent work, consultation with safety experts, design engineers, and manufacturing technicians, our attorneys are able to provide you with quality representation if you’ve been injured by a defective product.
Hip Replacement Litigation
Have you had hip replacement within the past 10 years using any implants from these manufacturers: Exactech, Wright Medical, Stryker, Depuy? If so, contact us today.
combined years
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$3 billion+
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Pope McGlamry, Attorneys at Law

Effective, Aggressive, Expedient. Pope McGlamry is one of the few law firms in the country with the experience, resources and trial skills needed to successfully handle complex cases. Our attorneys focus intensively on just a small number of cases each year. We emphasize novel and innovative litigation practices to obtain quality results as rapidly as possible.

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Pope McGlamry has filed several lawsuits, secured substantial settlements, and serves as co-lead counsel in a national case representing thousands of people impacted by Wright Profemur hip replacements. Discuss your options with an attorney today.
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Patients implanted with defective Exactech devices may experience pain, infection, injury, bone tissue loss, and may also require revision surgery. Pope McGlamry is currently litigating against Exactech, and already has a trial date set in May 2023 for one of our Exactech hip cases in federal court.
Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries are used in much of the technology we use today, including smartphones, electric vehicles and bicycles, medical devices, vapes, and more. However, defective Li-ion batteries can explode and catch fire, putting consumers in serious danger. If you or a loved one has been injured by a Li-ion battery, you may have a right to compensation.