Clinic Targeted by Bailey & Glasser Also Investigated by TV Station

The impotence clinic is the subject of multiple investigations and complaints, as well as a defendant in a class-action lawsuit

Aug 06, 2015, 17:03 ET from Bailey & Glasser LLP

MIAMI, Aug. 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Men's Medical Clinic — with locations in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Massachusetts, Michigan and Maryland — claims it will change patients' lives with unique treatments for erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. But the clinics, run by Dr. Kevin Hornsby, have been accused of deceptive business practices, high-pressure sales tactics and exaggerated claims.

A client represented by Bailey & Glasser attorney David Selby II of the firm's Birmingham, Alabama, office, has filed a class action lawsuit in Florida against the clinic for deceptive sales tactics.

The clinic has been rated F by the Better Business Bureau after more than 66 complaints. In July, the clinic was sued by the Massachusetts Attorney General's office for using high pressure sales tactics and exaggerated claims.

WFTV Action 9 in Florida investigated the clinic in a story that aired on August 4 on behalf of an Orange County man who said he had paid thousands of dollars for prescription injections that only worked once. The clinic cancelled an interview with the Action 9 reporter.

Bailey & Glasser is also investigating claims against the Men's Medical Clinics operating in other states, including, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Massachusetts, Michigan and Maryland. If you or anyone you know has been treated by Men's Medical Clinic, you should contact Bailey & Glasser attorney David Selby II at dselby@baileyglasser.com or (205) 988-9253.

Founded by Ben Bailey and Brian Glasser in 1999 in Charleston, West Virginia, Bailey & Glasser LLP has grown to include nearly 50 lawyers, with offices in eight states and Washington, D.C. The firm's complex litigation practice focuses on high-stakes commercial litigation; class actions for consumers, insureds, investors, and retirement plan participants; catastrophic injury and defective product cases; antitrust; and whistleblower lawsuits.  The firm has extensive experience in energy law, and litigates energy cases in trial courts, bankruptcy courts, regulatory agencies, and appellate courts. It has a major corporate practice, and handles business matters ranging from assisting Chinese investors in acquiring US assets, to IPOs, to the negotiation and execution of billions of dollars in commercial transactions.

Contact: David Selby II 
(205) 988-9253  
dselby@baileyglasser.com

SOURCE Bailey & Glasser LLP