Madisyn Cox Case Attracts Media Attention

Attorneys Mark Lanier and Monica Cooper were recently quoted in numerous media outlets discussing their case on behalf of Madisyn Cox, a world-class competitive swimmer and former member of the U.S. National Swim Team. Cox and her attorneys have filed a lawsuit against an affiliate of the well-known Dallas-based Cooper Clinic for negligently producing and selling its Cooper Complete Elite Athlete multivitamin, which was subsequently found to contain a banned substance. The full story can be seen here.

 

“The shock, pain and emotional trauma she has bravely faced are almost incalculable, and we will be doing everything possible to gain justice for Madisyn and her family. We also hope to force this company and this industry to do a better job in assuring the purity of their products.” Mark Lanier to Dallas Observer.

 

 

“We informed [the company] what was found and they said they were looking into it. We received nothing in return. I don’t know if they were taking it seriously.” Monica Cooper to Hookem.com by Austin American-Statesman.

 

 

“At what might have been the height of her career, Madisyn paid a heavy price because she trusted a company she shouldn’t have,” Cox’s attorney Mark Lanier said in a statement to The Dallas Morning News.

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