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Product Liability

Prescription Drug Recall Attorneys

Prescription drugs recall attorneysImproperly designed or manufactured prescription drugs can cause serious injuries, and in some cases death, for innocent patients. If you or someone you love has been harmed by a dangerous or defective prescription drug, it is crucial to have an experienced prescription drug recall attorney handling your case.

Nationwide Prescription Drug Injury Representation

Every year, thousands of patients are injured or die as a result of taking prescription medications. Although they were primarily designed to alleviate the symptoms of a particular illness, some prescription drugs are reportedly hazardous to patients’ health. Death or injury could be due to a previously unreported or unknown side effect, a serious complication or adverse reaction, dosage error, or interaction between two opposing medications.

As more people get injured or die, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recalls more prescription drugs. However, that is not to say accountable parties are no longer liable for injuries caused by defective drugs.

While adverse reactions and side effects differ for each individual patient, here are the common side effects of prescription drugs.

Please note that the following is not a complete list of side effects:

  • Depression
  • Dizziness
  • Dry mouth
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Liver or kidney damage
  • Loss of coordination
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Mood swings
  • Nausea
  • Skin irritations such as skin rashes or hives
  • Stomach ache
  • Vomiting

In extreme cases, taking prescription drugs can lead to dangerous drug injuries or side effects such as convulsions, seizures, fits, spasms, paralysis, or death. For more information regarding the side effects of particular prescription medications, please see the website of the drug’s manufacturer or of the FDA.

The prescription drug recall attorneys at Liles White PLLC understand what it takes to get results for the victims of defective drug injuries. They will work closely with you to get your case moving in the right direction as you seek the compensation you deserve.

Who Can Be Held Responsible?

An investigation into injuries that you or a loved one have suffered could result in multiple personal injury or wrongful death claims, including defective drugs claims against:

  • Doctors
  • Drug manufacturers
  • Health care facilities
  • Hospitals
  • Pharmacies
  • Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives

In recent years, there have been recalls and safety concerns about a wide variety of prescription medications. Currently mass tort litigation is ongoing for defective drugs such as:

  1. Actos
  2. Incretins
  3. Pradaxa
  4. SSRI Birth Defects
  5. Yaz or Yasmin

Contact A Prescription Drug Recall Attorney

You have the right to go after the parties responsible for your dangerous drug injuries. Our prescription drug recall attorneys will help determine whether you can file a lawsuit for compensation for injuries you sustained on account of the use of defective drugs and other prescription medication.

If you think any prescription medication could be responsible for your injuries or those of a family member, contact the product liability attorneys at Liles White PLLC today for a free case evaluation.