Beasley Allen has filed a class action lawsuit in the Circuit Court of Montgomery, Alabama on behalf of a local woman, alleging the Defendants operated “Methadone Clinics” which promised to treat addictions to heroin and prescription drugs by providing detoxification and counseling services. However, patients were instead charged weekly for methadone without receiving treatment to end addiction.
Named Defendants are Colonial Management Group, L.P., Colonial GP, L.P.; and Montgomery Liquidating Professional Corporation d/b/a Montgomery Metro Treatment Center and Gilberto Sanchez, M.D.
According to today’s press release at PR Newswire, Beasley Allen founding shareholder Jere L. Beasley was quoted as saying: “These companies told our client and others that they would help them overcome their drug addictions when, in fact, all they have done is gotten them hooked on methadone. It is nothing more than legalized drug dealing. They should be ashamed of what they have done to a tremendous number of people who trusted and depended on them.”
Headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama, Beasley Allen is comprised of 44 attorneys and more than 200 support staff. Beasley Allen is a national leader in civil litigation, with verdicts and settlements of over $20 billion. Beasley Allen is the largest plaintiff’s law firm in the country whose offices are located in one city.