Jeff Meyer and Avram Blair have joined forces to form a law firm dedicated to representing the rights of those catastrophically injured by the wrongful conduct of others. With combined litigation experience of over thirty years, Jeff and Avram passionately and aggressively represent their clients against some of the largest companies in the United States.
We are singularly focused on making the complex civil justice system available to all people, regardless of race, gender, financial ability, or educational background. No matter who you are, if you are hurt, we want to help you.
Jeff has been selected as a Texas Super Lawyer (a Thomson-Reuters service) for five consecutive years (2008-2012), and he is rated AV-Preeminent (5.0 out of 5.0) by Martindale-Hubbell. Avram has been selected as a Rising Star (a Thomson-Reuters service) in 2012 in the area of mass torts. Click on the Attorney Bio sections above to learn more about us.
Meyer Blair, LLP’s law practice is truly national in scope. Avram and Jeff currently represent clients who reside in Alaska, Texas, California, Montana, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, Oregon, Wyoming, Michigan, Minnesota, Utah, Idaho, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, Washington, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Missouri, Wisconsin, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, New York, North Carolina, Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia, Indiana, South Carolina, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Delaware, among others.
Jeff Meyer and Avram Blair have dedicated their practice to representing clients in cases involving catastrophic injuries or death caused by the harmful products or the negligence of some of the largest companies in the United States. The firms practice and past experience also includes investment losses, unfair competition, and trade secret misappropriation. Past personal injury cases include injuries caused by Asbestos, Fen-Phen®, Ortho-Evra®, Zoloft®, Hernia Mesh, Medtronic Sprint Fidelis® Leads, Hormone Replacement Therapy, Asthma Medication, Gadolinium® Contrast Dye, Vioxx®, and Bextra®, among others.
Meyer Blair, LLP earns its fee based on one thing: results. We do not charge by the hour, and we are not paid unless we recover money on behalf of our clients.
This is called a “contingent fee,” which is a fee calculated as a percentage of the client’s recovery from the defendants who caused the injuries. We advance all out of pocket expenses on our client’s behalf, and those expenses are deducted from our client’s share of the recovery in the event we successfully recover money. Our fees are calculated as a percentage of the total recovery. In the event there is no recovery, our clients pay nothing, ever. It truly is a no risk proposition for our clients.
THE FIRM MAINTAINS ITS PRINCIPAL OFFICE IN HOUSTON, TEXAS. CASES WILL LIKELY BE REFERRED TO OTHER ATTORNEYS. Once you become a client of the firm, information regarding your claim may be transmitted electronically in compliance with HIPAA and Texas House Bill 300.
Nothing in this website constitutes a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter. In the event there is no recovery, clients are not responsible for fees or costs (i.e., out of pocket expenses). In the event there is a recovery, costs are deducted from the client's share of the recovery. Meyer Blair, LLP is not a Lawyer Referral Service (or any similar official definition) that is designated or affiliated with any bar association in any state. Meyer Blair, LLP reserves the right to change or modify the terms and conditions under which it will represent a client on the shortest period of time available under applicable bar rules. This website constitutes an Advertisement.
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Meyer Blair, LLP works on a contingency, or percentage, basis. Meyer Blair will not charge the client for attorneys fees, nor seek to have its expenses or costs of litigation reimbursed a financial recovery is obtained for the client. In the event of a recovery, attorneys' fees are calculated as a percentage of the gross sum recovered and expenses are deducted from the client's share of the recovery.