Brenes Law Group Welcomes Adam Evans and Opens Missouri Office
Brenes Law Group, P.C. is excited to announce the hiring of Adam Evans and the addition of a Missouri office. Mr. Evans has been one of the leading voices in the development various hernia mesh litigations around the country. This includes a deep involvement in developing the science and medicine in order to understand how and why these devices fail. Mr. Evans also serves as a member of the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee in the Atrium Medical Corp. C-Qur Mesh Multidistrict Litigation and is actively involved in numerous other mesh litigations around the country. Mr. Evans also co-chairs the Hernia Mesh Litigation Group for the American Association for Justice, and is frequently invited to lecture on topics relating to hernia mesh.
The acquisition of Mr. Evans will further enhance a litigation team that already has an incredible depth of knowledge and experience litigating these matters. Troy Brenes, the managing partner of the firm, has been litigating and resolving hernia mesh cases for over ten years. While Mr. Brenes is actively overseeing numerous medical device cases pending around the country, he has particular experience when it comes to cases involving C.R. Bard, Inc. Mr. Brenes has litigated and obtained settlements in numerous cases involving C.R. Bard, Inc. products, including hernia mesh devices, inferior vena cava filters, and Bard Implanted Port/Catheter systems. In the course of these cases, Mr. Brenes has deposed dozens of corporate witnesses ranging from the highest corporate level executives on down. Mr. Brenes is also one of the few attorneys who has recently shown the resolve, knowledge, and commitment necessary to try a medical device case against C.R. Bard, Inc. In January 2015, Mr. Brenes was co-lead trial counsel in a case in which a Bard Recovery IVC filter migrated to a patient’s heart and had to be surgically removed. The case successfully settled on day 11 of trial. Mr. Brenes is also a member the Plaintiffs’ Executive Leadership Committee and Co-chair of the Science and Experts Committee in the C.R. Bard and Davol, Inc. hernia mesh multidistrict litigation.