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MASSACHUSETTS OPIOID LITIGATION ATTORNEYS

Massachusetts Opioid Litigation Attorneys (MOLA)  is a consortium of law firms filing suit against the world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies to hold them accountable for the opioid crisis, which is growing at an alarming rate.  It has never been more important for the cities and towns in Massachusetts to take the fight to the source.

Our litigation on behalf of city taxpayers is aimed at recovering monetary damages from the pharma manufacturers and distributors who have flooded our communities with opioids. The damages are for past costs including law enforcement, needle exchanges, Narcan, EMS, etc.; AND future mitigation/abatement damages for the foreseeable expenditures of taxpayer dollars toward community treatment, education, and prevention.

MOLA represents cities and towns across Massachusetts, vigorously litigating against the pharmaceutical companies whose products have riddled the state of Massachusetts with opioid devastation.

Contact us today to learn how we can help fight the opioid abuse in your area.

HOW MOLA HELPS MASSACHUSETTS COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BY OPIOIDS

MASSACHUSETTS OPIOID DEATHS

2001-2015

2001-2005

2006-2010

2011-2015

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GLOBAL CHALLENGE. WORLD CLASS LEGAL PROFESSIONALS.

Opioid abuse cannot be fought alone. MOLA represents some of the most experienced law firms in pharma cases.

“Big Pharma absolutely should pay for this crisis. We’re seeking damages for these communities to help them recover all that they’ve spent with respect to EMS, law enforcement, needle exchanges, Narcan — and those are all dollars coming directly out of the community. We’re also seeking an abatement fund on money that communities can use to go forward and recover. We feel genuinely protective of our communities.”

Peter Merrigan • Attorney at Law

LET’S WORK TOGETHER TO PUT AN END TO OPIOID ABUSE

We have assembled a consortium of legal experts with decades of experience fighting big pharma. We can only put an end to this crisis by teaming up with cities across Massachusetts to stop opioid abuse and the devastating effect it has on our communities.

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