April 2nd, 2015|
(Birmingham, AL) Birmingham, Alabama personal injury law firm Cory Watson, P.C. announced today that attorney Elizabeth E. Chambers has been named a Principal of the firm. Ms. Chambers is a member of the firm’s Mass Tort litigation team and has practiced law with Cory Watson since 2003. Ms. Chambers’ practice focuses on products liability involving pharmaceutical drugs and defective medical devices; she has been recognized by SuperLawyers for her work in that area. Ms. Chambers has represented clients nationwide in high-profile multidistrict litigation including Chantix, Vioxx, Trasylol, GranuFlo, Lipitor, and orthopedic devices including hip implants and knee implants.
Attorneys Nina Towle, W. Ryan Myers and Mitchell T. Theodore have joined the firm as Associates. Ms. Towle’s practice is concentrated in the areas of pharmaceutical litigation, products liability and environmental law. She is a cum laude graduate of Cumberland School of Law where she served as Associate Editor of the American Journal of Trial Advocacy. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia.
W. Ryan Myers’ practice is focused on class actions, consumer protection, and products liability. He received his law degree at Cumberland School of Law where he served as Associate Editor of the Law Review and was named a Judge Abraham Caruthers Fellow. He graduated magna cum laude from at Auburn University.
Mitchell T. Theodore’s practice includes pharmaceutical drug litigation, products liability and class actions. He earned his JD and undergraduate degrees at the University of Alabama where he graduated magna cum laude and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He served as Junior Editor of the Journal of the Legal Profession.
Cory Watson, P.C. is a Birmingham, Alabama personal injury law firm recognized nationally for its practice areas of complex litigation including class actions and mass tort litigation involving pharmaceutical drugs and defective medical devices. The firm has an extensive practice in environmental law and individual personal injury cases including those involving automobile accidents, products liability, catastrophic injury and wrongful death.