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About The Firm

Freese & Goss is a nationally recognized trial firm committed to protecting the rights of the injured. The firm focuses its work on mass tort and personal injury cases with a particular emphasis on product liability cases involving medical devices or pharmaceutical drugs. Over the past ten years, F&G has successfully prosecuted numerous, significant drug and medical device cases and has resolved over 1 billion dollars in cases on behalf of injured consumers. F&G’s reputation as experienced and effective litigators has resulted in its appointment to numerous plaintiffs’ steering committees and executive committees for multi-district litigations throughout the United States.

F&G knows that the only way to maximize monetary recovery in mass tort litigation is to take a high profile in the litigation, be active, dedicate the necessary resources, be prepared to try the case, and, when necessary, go to trial.

Aside from dangerous drugs and medical device injury cases, F&G also handles and, in the past, has successfully pursued environmental litigation, consumer and commercial fraud, class action and premises liability matters. The firm always applies the same aggressive litigation philosophy when seeking justice for those who have been wronged (whether physically, emotionally, or financially) by the negligent and willful acts of large corporations. Currently, the firm is pursing cases for individuals affected by the California wildfires (“Camp Fire litigation”) and clergy abuse cases.

With more than 60 years of combined experience, founding partners, Richard A. Freese, and Tim K. Goss, lead a litigation team of distinguished lawyers with a full complement of paralegals and support staff. The attorneys at F&G each have specialized skills, knowledge and years of relevant experience that have been directed towards helping those who have been wrongfully harmed.


Freese & Goss, PLLC, has a national presence and currently maintains offices in Birmingham, Alabama and Dallas, Texas.

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