Experienced Attorneys. Professional Approach.

The trial lawyers of KL&P are focused on mass torts and complex injury litigation across the nation. KL&P believes in America’s civil jury system, and we see the courthouse as one of the last places where citizens can hold negligent corporations accountable for producing products that injure the public. Our firm fights for the rights of those injured by unsafe pharmaceuticals, toxic chemicals, dangerous devices, and terrorists. We blend a client-focused approach with aggressive legal advocacy in the pursuit of justice.

Our Results

These results do not predict future results. All cases are different.

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August 2018: Landmark $289.2 million jury verdict in favor of Timothy Litzenburg's client Dewayne Lee Johnson, the first man willing to take on Monsanto in the Roundup / non Hodgkin Lymphoma litigation. San Francisco Superior Court.

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2017: $209 million judgment against Islamic Republic of Iran in favor of family injured in bus bombing in Jerusalem, linked to Hamas. U.S. District Court, District of Columbia.

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Over $100 million in settlements for victims of a cancer-causing prescription drug.

2017

Confidential settlement for family of deceased worker electrocuted due to faulty design of crane.

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February 2015: $2.14 million verdict against the makers of Actos, in favor of elderly gentleman who developed bladder cancer, Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

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October 2013: $1.7 million jury verdict against the makers of diabetes drug, in favor of family of deceased custodian; Baltimore City.

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April 2013: $6.5 million jury verdict in world's first jury trial for prescription drug causing cancer, upheld by California Supreme Court.

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2009: $3.7 million verdict in medical malpractice case for patient whose consulting radiologist failed to identify bowel injury, Prince Edward County Circuit Court, Virginia.

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