If you or someone you love was part of the Juno Drug Trial program in Pittsburgh, PA, it's important you have a solid understanding of facts surrounding the trial as well as your rights regarding the trial. The J. Reyna Law Firm is a personal injury law firm with a long history of advocating for victims who have been seriously injured and even killed due to the negligence of another party.

What sets the J. Reyna Law apart from other injury firms in Pittsburgh, PA is founder Juan "JR" Reyna's personal experience with tragedy within his own family, having a close family member seriously injured in a accident that could have been easily been prevented.

"When someone you care deeply about is hurt or even worse, in a manner that could have been easily prevented," Juan Says, "it's something that greatly disturbs the sense of justice each of us has imbedded in our hearts. Because I know that pain and I have walked in those shoes, I take my responsibility to help families get justice for those wronged very seriously and I fight tooth and nail to bring them the justice they deserve."

This perspective that Juan brings to each and every client his firm represents has allowed him to reach several multi million dollar settlements for clients who were injured and even killed as a result of negligence by another party.

While The J. Reyna Law Firm handle's different types of personal injury cases, this site was created specifically for individuals in Pittsburgh, PA who were apart of the Juno drug trial for the the JCAR015 drug.

If this is you, please give us a call today and tell us your story. Our goal is to make sure you are completely informed about your legal rights regarding this drug so that you can make the best possible decision for you and your family.

The J. Reyna Law Firm in Pittsburgh, PA works on a contingency basis which means in the event we represent you, you won't pay for any legal fees unless we help you recover a settlement or a monetary reward in court.

Free Consultation

Use the form bellow to get started