To protect you from COVID-19, we are offering a quick and easy remote intake process by telephone or video chat. Call us at 314-241-1020. Learn More

Posted on December 18, 2014 by

Are You a Victim of Defective Medical Drugs?

People have come to expect certain risks and side effects when it comes to prescription medicines. That doesn’t give pharmaceutical companies a free pass, however.

From research and testing to manufacturing and marketing, the companies that sell us medications have a duty to inform us of the potential injuries associated with the product.

If you have been hurt by a medication and were not warned about the dangers, you need to recognize that you are a victim. The drug companies can be held liable for failing to protect you and selling defective medicine.

Types of Defective Drug Lawsuits

In some cases, drugs are taken off the market only after the damage has been inflicted. In other defective drug cases, drug companies continue to aggressively market drugs for various illnesses while failing to properly warn doctors and the public about potential drug problems.

We have handled drug liability cases for a variety of medications:

  • Antidepressants such as Paxil, Effexor, Zoloft
  • Diabetes drugs such as Avandia
  • Birth control such as Yaz, NuvaRing, Ortho Evra and others
  • Pain and arthritis drugs such as Vioxx and Enbrel
  • Other drugs including Accutane, Crestor, Pradaxa, Fosamax, Seroquel and many others

If you or a loved one has been injured by unforeseen problems with a medication, we can help hold the drug companies responsible for medical bills and suffering. Talk to your St. Louis drug defect attorney to begin taking action.