Featured cases //

Wexler Wallace LLP, along with its co-counsel, Hansen Reynolds Dickinson Crueger, the Law Office of Greg Coleman, and Landskroner Grieco Merriman, is litigating a class action lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio on behalf of current and former insurance agents who were hired by American Family Insurance to sell the company’s insurance products but were denied benefits under the Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). Read more »

Essure Implant Litigation
On December 21, 2016, Wexler Wallace Partner Ed Wallace was appointed to the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee for the coordinated Essure litigation in California against Bayer Corp. The FDA approved Essure as a means of permanent contraception for women on November 4th, 2002 . Although originally designed and manufactured by Conceptus, Essure has since been acquired by the pharmaceutical giant, Bayer Corporation. Since 2002, it is estimated that more than 750,000 women have undergone surgery to implant the Essure device, which until recently had been hailed as the next generation of permanent birth control. Although the device is regarded as a “permanent” implant, it is also considered to be reversible, theoretically offering more flexibility than the alternative tubal ligation surgery. Read more »

Featured Investigations //

Invokana Lawsuit
Wexler Wallace is currently representing individuals who are or have taken Invokana and experienced complications or side effects from taking the drug. The FDA has cautioned patients to be aware of the potential link between Invokana and diabetic ketoacidosis – a condition of high levels of acid accumulating in the blood. Read more »

Low-Testosterone "Low T" Lawsuit
Wexler Wallace represents men who have suffered serious side effects arising from the use of testosterone products, including heart attack, an increased risk of stroke, and blood clots. Read more »

Recent Blog Posts //

Artist and Developer Settle Lawsuit Over Fate of Landmark Detroit Illuminated Mural
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Victims of Wells Fargo Fake Accounts Scandal May Soon Obtain Relief
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A Glimpse into a World Without Net Neutrality
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