If you were prescribed and took a drug and suffered injuries, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact the Kishish Law Group today to explore your legal options by completing our contact form or by calling us toll free at 1 (888) 402-5552.
|Abilify||Impulse control problems, like pathological gambling and compulsive eating|
|Concerta||Increased risk of suicidal thoughts and behavior|
|Elmiron||Maculopathy, an eye disorder that affects the macula|
|Invokana||Ketoacidosis, heart attacks, kidney disease|
|Nexium||Chronic kidney disease|
|Opioids||Addiction to opioids|
|Pradaxa||Severe bleeding events|
|Prilosec||Chronic kidney disease|
|Risperdal||Gynecomastia (breast growth) in young boys|
|Taxotere||Permanent hair loss|
|Testosterone||Heart attack, stroke or pulmonary embolism|
|Truvada||Kidney and bone damage|
|Uloric||Heart attack and stroke|
|Valsartan||Liver cancer, lung cancer, or kidney cancer|
|Xarelto||Severe bleeding events|
You expect your prescribed medicine to be safe and effective. When medicine hurts instead of heals, you deserve answers and compensation. Bad drugs can cause serious side effects that can leave you and your family with medical debt, lost wages and continued pain and suffering. In some cases, defective drugs have caused the deaths of their consumers.
The pharmaceutical industry makes billions of dollars each year. Spending on prescription drugs in the United States alone is expected to reach $610 billion by 2021. It is important that drug companies not be allowed to profit off of the pain and suffering of their own consumers. Filing a bad drug lawsuit can help hold drug companies accountable and encourage rigorous testing of new drugs before they are put on the market.
Pharmaceutical companies have a duty to make sure that the drugs they put on the market are safe for consumer use. When they fail in this duty, the law allows consumers to seek compensation under theories of products liability.
Most lawsuits either argue that the medicine had a defective design or that drug companies failed to warn consumers of the side effects of a drug. Defective design arguments say that the drug is inherently dangerous and in some cases show that the drug company could have adopted a safer alternative design. Failure to warn arguments say that companies did not adequately inform patients of the side effects of taking a drug.
If you or a loved one were prescribed and took a pharmaceutical drug and suffered injuries, contact the Kishish Law Group today to find out more about your options for compensation. Our active lawsuits are listed above. If you do not see your drug listed above, contact us by completing our contact form or by calling us toll free at 1 (888) 402-5552 to find out if you have a bad drug lawsuit.
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