My name is Justinian Lane, and I’ve been writing about dangerous and defective drugs since 2003. In fact, one of the reasons I went to law school is because two of my family members both needed liver transplants after receiving a contaminated batch of prescription drugs. I graduated from Michigan State University College of Law in May of 2010 and am currently awaiting the results of the July 2010 bar exam.
One of the reasons I started this blog was so that I could share information with the public that drug companies won’t. For that reason, I often post documents filed in prescription drug lawsuits. There is no better way for patients, doctors, and the rest of the public to find out the hidden dangers of prescription medication than to read the documents produced in drug lawsuits.
I also talk a lot about the law of defective drugs at this blog. None of this information is offered as or should be considered as legal advice. Legal advice only comes when you hire a licensed attorney and he or she examines your case in detail. I may even discuss a case that sounds *just like* your case, but that doesn’t mean it is. If you think you need legal advice, contact me and I’ll put you in touch with a top-notch drug attorney who can help you.
Please also feel free to contact me if you have questions, contacts, suggestions, or criticisms for me. Or, if you don’t like using forms, you can email me at justinian AT justinian DOT us.
And don’t worry – I’ll never sell your contact information, and no one will ever contact you without your permission.