Michael Brady Lynch Now Executive Committee Member of “STEP”
Lead trial attorney and firm founder, Michael Brady Lynch has been appointed as an Executive Committee Member of the American Association for Justice’s Section on Toxic, Environmental and Pharmaceutical Torts (STEP). This prestigious position allows Attorney Michael Brady Lynch to continue to be a driving force in many nationwide litigations.
The American Association for Justice provides trial attorneys with information, professional support and a nationwide network that enables effective and expert representation. In particular, the Section on Toxic, Environmental and Pharmaceutical Torts focuses specifically on the toxic effects of pharmaceuticals, medical devices, pesticides and herbicides, consumer products, industrial pollution, and other environmental poisons. STEP exchanges information on subjects such as federal preemption, practice nuts and bolts, and the use/abuse of class actions.
For over 19 years, Attorney Michael Brady Lynch has been a determined, skilled and experienced advocate for victims of defective drugs and their families. Relying upon his years of trial and litigation successes and personal life experience, Michael Brady Lynch is widely regarded as one of the most dynamic trial attorneys in the country. Since 1997, Michael has been actively involved in almost every major pharmaceutical and medical device mass tort in the United States.
Attorney Michael Brady Lynch along with his knowledge staff remains on the forefront of litigations. They represent users of Viagra, Cialis and Levitra who have been diagnosed with melanoma, adolescent boys who were prescribed Risperdal and developed gynecomastia, Invokana ketoacidosis and kidney failure cases, Essure birth control complications and those who have suffered internal bleeding/hemorrhaging associated with use of the drugs Pradaxa and Xarelto.
To speak with Michael Brady Lynch or his staff directly, call 877-513-9517 today. We will assist you with a free consultation to learn more about seeking justice. Compensation may be available for any medical expenses associated with this ordeal, as well as for your physical and emotional suffering. There is no obligation.