Birth Defect Litigation

From anti-depressants to anti-seizure medication, there are many drugs that can prove harmful to pregnant women and their babies. Unborn children are susceptible to harm as they develop, and dangerous medications could cause lifelong difficulties or disorders. If a child has suffered birth defects as a result of a medication taken by the mother during pregnancy, there may be grounds for compensation.

Common birth defects include:


This anti-depressant and SSRI has been linked to serious birth defects, such as shortened or absent limbs, malformed lips or mouth, and heart defects.

Learn more about Celexa lawsuits


Manufactured by Wyeth, this anti-depressant increases the risk of birth defects, such as hindered development of the heart and lungs.

Learn more about Effexor lawsuits


This anti-depressant drug was aggressively marketed, to the point that the Justice Department charged the company for pushing the drug toward teenagers and children, for whom the drug was not approved. It carries the potential for serious side effects, including birth defects.

Learn more about Lexapro lawsuits


Anticonvulsants or epilepsy drugs have been linked to an increased risk of cleft palate and cleft lip.

Learn more about Topomax lawsuits


This anti-nausea medication is often prescribed to pregnant women, but it carries a risk of heart defects, cleft lip, and cleft palate developing in infants who are suscetible to the drug.

Learn more about Zofran lawsuits

Birth Defect Lawsuit Attorneys

There are few things as devastating as unborn children suffering side effects of prescription medications in utero. If your child was born with a birth defect and you suspect a prescription medication was to blaim, immediately contact the birth defect lawsuit attorneys at Blizzard Law PLLC today. We can analyze your situation and help you understand your legal options. Our lawyers are not afraid to take on the largest pharmaceutical companies and we have done so successfully in the past. Call us today for a free consultation.