When you get hurt, you go to a doctor. When your doctor turns you into an opioid addict, you go to a lawyer. But back in 2012, an opioid case against a physician was new legal territory, even though opioid prescriptions and deaths were skyrocketing. Results Don’t Lie is a new legal drama podcast where true crime meets true law in a landmark case that impacts America. Told by personal injury attorneys Tim Cronin and Johnny Simon from The Simon Law Firm, the lawyers who took this landmark case to trial, Results Don’t Lie reveals the true story of discovery, depositions and in-depth courtroom strategy on both sides of the nation’s first attempts to sue a physician for overprescribing opioids.

Throughout this 5-part podcast, we will dissect the case from the first meeting to the final gavel. You’ll hear how doctors defend themselves, discover the strategy behind jury selection, and learn what it takes to fight the medical system for a verdict that brought justice to a family, added safety to the system and impacts you today. In the bonus episode, Tim and Johnny discuss the new legal challenges personal injury attorneys face today when they fight for victims of bad medicine, some of which are directly linked to the verdict in Koon v Walden. If you trust your doctor, tune in.

Contact information: Results Don’t Lie is a production of The Simon Law Firm. Contact Tim and Johnny at comments@resultsdontlie.law.

Disclaimer: The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements. This disclosure is required by rule of the Supreme Court of Missouri.

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April 29, 2021

The Opioid Epidemic Enters the Courtroom

Over the past 20 years, hundreds of thousands of Americans have died from opioid overdoses.…
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April 13, 2021

True Crime Meets True Law: New Podcast Serializes Firm’s High-Profile Cases

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April 13, 2021

EP06 – Case Update

Episode Six - Case Update Koon v. Walden is still making an impact on opioid…
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April 13, 2021

EP05 – The Verdict

Episode Five - The Verdict In the final episode of Results Don’t Lie, the defense…
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April 6, 2021

EP04 – On Trial

Episode Four - On Trial Koon v Walden is going to trial. Tim Cronin and…
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April 6, 2021

EP03 – The Other Side

Episode Three - The Other Side There are always two sides to the story, and…
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March 30, 2021

EP02 – Building The Case

Episode Two - Building The Case How do you build a case against a hospital…
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March 30, 2021

EP01 – Bad Medicine

 Episode One - Bad Medicine Brian Koon twisted his back in the shower. His…
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March 30, 2021

Local Law Firm Launches True Legal Drama Podcast About Opioid Addiction, Healthcare Systems, and Change

St. Louis, MO (March 30, 2021). In 2012, an opioid case against a physician was…

Timothy M. Cronin

Defective Products, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Class Action Attorney

Tim Cronin is a skilled and experienced personal injury trial attorney, including product liability, medical malpractice, premises liability, and trucking litigation, serving clients nationwide from our St. Louis office. He has recovered over 100 million dollars for injury victims, received numerous legal accolades, and offers compassionate counsel to his clients.

Johnny M. Simon

Business Litigation, Class Action, Defective Products, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury Attorney

By joining The Simon Law Firm, P.C. in 2015, Johnny continues a proud tradition of excellence in the art of advocacy on behalf of people and businesses in need. A tradition that was established by his father—a tradition he intends to uphold.

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