Pharmaceutical companies are experienced at fighting lawsuits. When you need to file a lawsuit against a pharmaceutical company, it’s important to have an attorney experienced in the complexity of pharmaceutical litigation on your side to stand up to these big companies with their virtually unlimited resources.
Despite the many regulations seeking to protect the public from defective and dangerous drugs, many medications slip through the cracks and lead to complications and side effects that can prove lethal for some patients. When a pharmaceutical company harms patients, through failing to warn consumers, improper labeling, inadequate testing, or other actions, they can be held liable for the injuries they caused. If your trust in your medication has been violated and you have been harmed, you may be able to seek compensation for your injuries.
Our current pharmaceutical liability cases include:
Birth Defect Litigation
A number of drugs, including SSRI’s, have been linked to birth defects such as heart defects, lung defects, undeveloped organs, and facial deformities. Many mothers were treated with prescription medications while pregnant, causing damage to their children in utero. If your baby has suffered birth defects that may be caused by prescription medication ingestion during pregnancy, you may qualify to seek legal redress.
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Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs)
Millions of Americans take medications to treat heartburn. Heartburn medications are easily available over the counter or in prescription strength formulas. Unfortunately, recent studies have shown a certain type of heartburn medication, called Proton Pump Inhibitors or PPIs, can cause severe and potentially life threatening side effects.
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Talcum body powder, commonly found in baby powder, has been medically linked to an increased risk in women developing ovarian cancer.
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Experienced Pharmaceutical Law Firm
If you have been injured or lost a family member due to a defective or dangerous drug, the dangerous drug lawyers at Blizzard & Nabers LLP are here to help. For a free case review from an experienced pharmaceutical lawyer, contact us by email or call us at 1-800-349-0127. All pharmaceutical liability cases are handled on a contingency basis, meaning you won't owe us anything unless we help