Jeff Meyer was born in Iowa, and has lived in Nevada and New Jersey, before settling in Texas. He graduated from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey in 1990 with a Bachelor of Arts degree with Majors in Philosophy and Economics and a Minor in Art History. While in college, Jeff was a rower for the Rutgers’ Lightweight Crew Team.
In 1993, Jeff graduated from the University of Houston Law Center. While in law school, Jeff was an editor for the Houston Law Review and was given American Jurisprudence awards for the best grades in two first year classes.
Upon graduation, Jeff went to work for Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, one of the oldest and most prestigious national defense trial law firms. In 2001, he co- founded the litigation firm Moulton & Meyer, LLP. In 2011, Jeff founded The Meyer Law Firm, P.C. Now one of the founding partners of Meyer Blair, LLP, Jeff practices in all areas of personal injury law and represents clients in pharmaceutical and medical device litigation, cancer litigation, and other types of personal injury litigation. He has been active in representing hundreds of clients in serious personal injury cases and has been given numerous awards and honors in recognition for his work.
Avram Blair is licensed to practice law in Texas, Pennsylvania, and New York. He is also licensed to practice before the United States District Courts for the Southern Districts of New York and Texas, as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
The Texas Bar Journal recently published an article written by Mr. Blair in defense of the rights of Texans injured by dangerous pharmaceuticals.
Prior to founding his own firm, Avram worked at a prominent Texas-based law firm where he successfully represented thousands of pharmaceutical claimants. Mr. Blair has also handled claims arising from automobile and trucking accidents, exposure to asbestos, workplace injuries, medical malpractice, and insurance bad faith.
Avram, now one of the founding partners of Meyer Blair, LLP, continues to excel in all areas of personal injury law and focusing particularly in pharmaceutical and medical device litigation.