When a doctor prescribes a drug to help you manage or overcome health problems, you trust it will be safe and effective. You certainly do not expect the drug to be more harmful than helpful. Drug companies should not profit by selling products they know to be defective.
Americans rely on pharmaceutical drugs to cure their illnesses and improve their quality of life. When these drugs do not perform as intended, they can cause serious and fatal injuries. Defective and dangerous pharmaceutical drugs cause hundreds of injuries every year and the drug companies who manufacture these drugs need to be held accountable for producing and selling them.
At the Chhabra & Gibbs, P.A. our experienced lawyers provide representation for clients who have been injured by defective and dangerous pharmaceutical drugs. Our firm has helped consumers find financial remedies against drug companies.
In recent years, class action lawsuits against drug manufacturers have involved drugs such as:
Holding Drug Companies Accountable
Companies that manufacture pharmaceutical drugs and over-the-counter drugs have an obligation to provide products that are safe and reliable. Any marketing and advertising that is done for such products needs to be honest and should provide an adequate assessment of the product. Any side effects or risks must be disclosed to consumers so that they can make responsible, appropriate decisions.
What should I do if I am suffering from side effects due to a dangerous drug?
Don’t underestimate the seriousness of your symptoms. If you believe you or a loved one is a victim of a dangerous drug, we strongly urge you to seek immediate medical attention.
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to a dangerous or defective pharmaceutical drug, contact us and learn about your options for obtaining compensation from those who are responsible.