The opioid epidemic is a growing problem that has spread across the entire country. To date, over 30,000 Americans die every year as a result of opioid drug overdose. Furthermore, the monetary toll that the opioid epidemic takes on public services and government agencies is staggering.
All of this is compounded by one chilling fact: opioid distributors and manufacturers have played an active hand in creating this epidemic. The problem is so pervasive that countless government agencies have mobilized to take legal action against hundreds of distributors and manufacturers for engaging