Nationwide Defective Drug Lawsuit Attorneys & Lawyers
There is seemingly a medication for everything these days, and it’s somewhat startling to see that the options for medication have exploded in number as the market has become more competitive and lucrative. America is one of the only countries that allows TV ads for drugs, think about that. It’s well known that pharmaceutical companies spend more money directly advertising to doctors than research and development.
While many medications that have hit the market in recent years have led to extremely positive results for people who have used them, many other have proven to not only be ineffective, but in some cases dangerous and perhaps even deadly. Given that people tend to trust the medication that they take, most are not completely aware of the risks that they may be facing.
To make matters even more difficult, consumers who are harmed by the use of defective medications and who attempt to stand up for themselves soon realize that they are up against a corporate behemoth with billions of dollars at their disposal.
These resources are often put to use by way of retaining extremely skilled defense attorneys and other professionals whose job is to protect the legal and financial interests of their clients. Simply put, an individual consumer working without legal help against a worldwide corporation is not a fair fight.
The defective drugs lawyers at National Injury Help have been leveling the playing field for consumer clients in these matters across the United States for decades.
We have taken on several enormous corporations and earned positive results because we understand how to hold wrongdoers accountable. We handle cases relating to many different types of drugs, and examples include:
- SSRI Birth Defects
There are other drugs that have led to problems, and if you or someone you love has suffered as a result of trusting any of these medications, contact the defective drugs lawyers at National Injury Help, today to schedule a free initial consultation.
Nationwide Defective Drug Lawsuit Attorneys & Lawyers page updated September 24, 2019