Energy drink companies have taken a page out of Big Tobacco’s marketing, aiming their ads at America’s youth—those most vulnerable to the extreme levels of caffeine, sugar, and other additives in their drinks. We will hold them accountable as we did Big Tobacco, winning $90 million in verdicts and settlements.
As one of the largest consumer protection firms in the country, with 303 lawyers and a support staff of over 1,500 people, we are one of the few with the resources to take on Big Energy. Our main goal is to help individuals who have been wronged; that’s why our motto is “For the People,” and why we have never represented an insurance carrier or other large company.
At Morgan & Morgan, we are trial lawyers. That means we’re not afraid to go up against large corporations, and we have the track record to prove it. Leading the crusade against energy drink companies are attorneys Mike Morgan and Andrew Parker Felix. Both have extensive experience with personal injury and product liability.
Mike has dedicated his life to helping people in need, and to ensuring corporations are held accountable for producing and selling dangerous products. Andrew wields the knowledge he gained going up against tobacco companies and Fen-Phen pharmaceuticals to strike down energy drink manufacturers.
We’re joining forces with attorney Kevin I. Goldberg, a pioneer of legal advocacy against energy drink companies. Kevin was the first person to step up against the energy giants. He was personally affected by the case of 14-year-old Anais Fournier, who went into cardiac arrest and died after consuming two Monster energy drinks. Since then, Kevin has been a vocal opponent of the multi-billion dollar industry, and even introduced a bill in Maryland to ban their sale.
It’s time to hold energy drink companies accountable.