Dangerous Drugs

Columbia Dangerous Drug Attorney

Prescription Medication Injuries and Illnesses

Many FDA-approved prescription medications and over-the-counter drugs can cause serious illnesses and injuries. It is often discovered that these drugs were improperly tested in a rush to get the product to market. The consequences of a defective drug can be disastrous, and result in severe injuries such as:

  • Heart attack
  • Liver failure
  • Kidney failure
  • Blood clotting
  • Deep vein thrombosis
  • Gallbladder disease

Most pharmaceutical and over-the-counter drugs often have side-effects that are mentioned on warning labels that come with the product. Even so, the risks of taking certain drugs can end up outweighing their benefits. In some situations, a drug may even have extreme side-effects that don't become apparent until after it has been made available to the public. Eventually, enough data about a dangerous drug will surface, and the FDA will issue a recall. In the meantime, many patients taking the drug will suffer serious health issues. If you have been harmed by a defective drug such as Avandia, Propecia, Yaz/Yasmin or Zoloft, contact a Columbia personal injury lawyer for legal advice. An attorney with experience in dangerous drug cases will know if any legal actions have already been taken against the manufacturer of your drug, or if an investigation needs to be launched.

Fighting for Your Right to Compensation

Battling large pharmaceutical companies in dangerous drug cases requires both a skilled litigator and resourceful law firm that will aggressively pursue your claim. We are skilled personal injury advocates that will provide steadfast representation when seeking compensation for your injuries. Our firm will thoroughly review your case and discuss all of your legal alternatives, and map out an effective strategy to help you secure any monetary damages you are due.

Contact a Columbia dangerous drug attorney for determined representation if you have been injured by a defective drug.

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