The law firm of Heard Robins Cloud, a nationwide law firm dedicated to assisting individuals who have actually suffered serious physical damage due to the carelessness of big corporations, is pleased to welcome mass torts and injury attorney Karen Beyea-Schroeder to the firm s Houston office. Beyea-Schroeder brings virtually 20 years of diverse experience to Heard Robins Cloud, with a focus on handling complex and severe medical concerns on behalf of clients, such as NFL concussion cases and harmful drug and medical gadget cases.
Heard Robins Cloud is understood in the legal world for its concentrate on getting justice for customers, said Karen Beyea-Schroeder, lawyer. I m very thrilled to be part of a firm that works to aggressively pursue the client s interests in lawsuits, instead of simply waiting and seeing how things play out. This is a firm that is devoted to moving cases forward and helping customers get the opportunity to look for justice in the courtroom.
Prior to 2000, Beyea-Schroeder served in the United States Army Judge Advocate General Corps. (JAG), where she worked on various cases ranging from traffic investigations to prosecuting homicides. After finishing her military service, Beyea-Schroeder worked on various intricate medical malpractice cases prior to dedicating her skills to unsafe drugs and medical gadgets in 2009. She brings that extensive background not just to Heard Robins Cloud s pharmaceutical cases, but also to the firm s concussion-related NFL cases.
Beyea-Schroeder represented thousands of individuals in litigation against pharmaceutical giants Ethicon, American Medical Systems, Boston Scientific, C.R. Bard, Bayer and others. Most notably, she dealt with the Plaintiffs Steering Committee in the Zimmer Knee Replacement litigation. She currently serves as co-lead for the Neomedic Pelvic Mesh Product Liability litigation, in addition to serving on the Plaintiffs Steering Committee on numerous other Pelvic Mesh lawsuits.
Beyea-Schroeder earned her J.D. from the respected Seton Hall University School of Law and her B.A. from Canisius College.