Take these Five Steps after a Serious Car Accident in Ohio

Physical well being is always the first concern after any kind of accident, especially when vehicles collide. If you suffer an injury as the result of the negligence or recklessness of another person or party, you deserve money damages to help your recovery and provide for future medical and other serious needs.

7 Key Points of Power of Attorney

The most basic definition of power of attorney is that it provides legal authority another person or organization to act in your behalf in certain circumstances. While this may come in different forms (healthcare, special, durable, etc.), each contains the common element that the person who assigns power of attorney is giving another party the ability to act in his or her stead. Assigning general or durable power of attorney is an important step in creating a thorough estate plan. It protects you and your property in the event you become incapacitated, as you know the person to whom you have assigned power of attorney—known as your “agent”—will act in your best interests and per your wishes.

Seif & McNamee In the Forefront of Acquiring DEA Data to Fight Big Pharma

A Federal judge signed an order in Columbus, OH, on the 27th of October, allowing communities to subpoena a national database held by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration that tracks the flow of prescription drugs. Big pharma manufacturers and distributors use the Automated Reports and Consolidated Ordering System (ARCOS) to report on their controlled substance […]

Tackling the Opioid Crisis: Seif & McNamee Chosen to Represent Counties Vs Opioid Distributors

Seif and McNamee was chosen as one of a few elite law firms to represent Counties and citizens of Ohio as local counsel in litigation against pharmaceutical wholesale distributors as well as manufacturers. The movement will be spearheaded by lead counsel Paul Farrell Jr., recognized as a premier trial lawyer in the field of medical malpractice, making some thirty appearances before the West Virginia Supreme Court. The claims: a failure to report suspicious orders on behalf of counties. These suits are targeting the heart of the opioid crisis in these communities by going straight to distributors and manufacturers. Each complaint details claims of public nuisance, Corrupt Practices Act violations, and negligence. AmerisourceBergen Drug Corp., Cardinal Health Inc., and McKesson Corp, are the distributors that will answer to these claims in Federal Court, while Purdue Pharma LP, Teva Pharmaceuticals and Cephalon are the manufacturers