Pharmaceuticals cause thousands of injuries each year.
Many times, a drug may have been inadequately tested before being placed on the market. Defectively designed medical devices similarly cause harmful injuries and can include defective pacemakers or defective orthopedic devices. Other medical devices include defectively enclosed hospital beds, defective stents, as well as defective equipment used during surgery.
Due to the result of unsafe drugs, thousands of innocent people suffer from adverse reactions, serious injuries, and even fatalities. Some of the side effects are devastating:
- Birth defects
- Brain damage
- Liver damage
- Heart problems
- Kidney damage
More people die from prescription drugs than illegal drugs.
Defective Pharmaceutical Drug Cases
There are thousands of prescription medications on the market, many of which have the potential to cause significant harm. Despite the involvement of the Food and Drug Administration, drug companies continue to produce and market drugs with inadequate warnings or, worse yet, drugs that can cause serious and permanent injury to patients.
This type of case requires a team that has experience, stability, and a proven track record of success against the major drug companies. This team can ensure that victims in these drug cases receive the compensation they deserve for injuries caused by dangerous and defective drugs.
If you or a loved one suffered an injury as a result of an inadequately tested drug and/or a defectively designed medical device, you should contact an attorney experienced in defective products who has successfully handled these types of cases and who will represent you with dedication and tenacity. We encourage you to call David B. Dowling, Esquire (888-660-1646) to schedule a free consultation and analysis of your case.
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