Blizzard & Nabers' attorneys have more than 30 years experience in the courtroom. We are trial attorneys who are willing to try cases and obtain substantial verdicts as our track record demonstrates. We have obtained significantly large verdicts and settlements nationwide for our clients. Our attorneys have graduated from top law schools and have practiced at some of the largest firms in the country. Our academic and professional successes have enabled us to achieve some extraordinary results for our clients.
In recognition of these achievements, our lawyers have been recognized by their peers for excellence and productivity. They have received various awards and accolades as outlined in their individual bios.
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Ed founded Blizzard & Nabers in 1981. Ed has been a part of some of the largest pharmaceutical injury verdicts and settlements in the country. Not only has Ed helped obtain large settlements and verdicts for thousands of clients, but he has also become a leader in mass tort litigation.
Scott has represented plaintiffs in mass tort cases involving Fen-Phen, Redux, Rezulin, Vioxx, Ephedra, Sulzer, Medtronic and silicone breast implants. He has secured significantly large verdicts and settlements for his clients. Scott is licensed to practice in Arkansas, Philadelphia, and Texas.
As an associate attorney at Blizzard & Nabers, Michael Clinton pursues personal injury claims, pharmaceutical cases, and medical device litigation, with his current docket including cases involving Mirena and the Multiple Sclerosis drug Tysabri.
With a wide range of experience, including time as a probation officer, Katherine Cornell diligently pursues litigation involving defective and dangerous products, wrongful death, and personal injury claims as an associate attorney.
Matt Greenberg gained experience in the Dallas County Public Defenders’ Office while pursuing impressive academic achievements, and he now serves as an associate attorney at Blizzard & Nabers, where he devotes his time to mass tort pharmaceutical litigation and plaintiffs personal injury litigation.
Allen was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He is a graduate of Rice University (1978) and The University of Houston College of Law (1981). Since 1982 he has developed his skills as a litigator, first as counsel for defendants in personal injury and wrongful death cases throughout Texas, and more recently on behalf of those wrongfully injured nationally.