You should consult with a local medical malpractice/products liability attorney since your situation may require either or both. If there is a class action and your attorney recommends that for you on the products liability end, you can proceed in that direction. Alternatively, he could combine both actions for you if they end up being viable.
You should need to limit your search for representation to local law firms for the drug litigation that your potential case appears to involve. I am not aware of a pending class action involving Klonopin (clonazepam), but I would suggest contacting law firms that you may find through an Internet search even if they are located outside Oregon. They still may be able to evaluate your claims and potentially assist you.
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