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8402 Papelon Way
Jacksonville, Florida 32217
Phone: (904) 733-1732 Facsimile: (904) 739-2347
pmstanford@deslaw.com

Experienced in Handling Legal Claims for DES-Related Injuries


     Patricia Martin Stanford, Esquire, concentrates her practice on personal injury law, with an emphasis on pharmaceutical product liability actions on behalf of individuals injured as a result of DES exposure. In practice for over 25 years with more than 15 years experience in this area, she has successfully handled claims and obtained financial compensation for DES-related reproductive tract injuries resulting in cancer, infertility, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, premature birth, injuries to children born prematurely, and wrongful death.

     This web site was designed to help educate and inform DES-exposed individuals about the ramifications of their exposure, both medical and legal. I have unfortunately come to learn through the course of my practice that there remain many women (and men) who are unaware of their exposure, of their need for continued medical monitoring because of it, and their right to pursue legal remedies for the injuries they and their families have suffered. Please browse through the materials presented; your comments, questions and suggestions are welcomed and encouraged.

Professional Background

 

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The information contained in this website is a compilation of factual and medical data obtained from medical journal articles and textbooks and governmental publications. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Additionally, the legal information provided is not state-specific; the laws of each state may differ. Consult a doctor or contact us for advice about your particular situation.

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