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Alabama Defective Drug Attorney and Advocate
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It’s only natural to trust your doctor when they prescribe medication, or your pharmacy when they fill that prescription. These drugs and medications should always be safe. However, millions of incorrect prescriptions are written every year. Sometimes these drugs you count on to reduce pain, improve your life or treat an illness can be defective or incorrectly prescribed. The results can be devastating, and in some cases even cause death.
If you’ve been the victim of defective drugs, there are options to help you recover your lost or pain and suffering. If that’s you, contact our defective drug law firm near Anniston Alabama. We have the experience to handle your case. Steven R. Morris Law has successfully represented the victims of defective drugs for many years in Alabama and Georgia.
We’ve put together some information below that can help to answer some of the most common questions regarding defective drug lawsuits.
What are Defective Drugs?
A simple definition would be: when the negative effects of a medication outweigh the benefits of the drug, then it can be considered defective. Defective drug symptoms can vary, but generally they cause suffering, injuries, birth defects of an unborn child and worst of all… death in extreme cases. These results of taking a defective drug can last a lifetime and impact the quality of life short term and longer. At our Alabama law firm, we want to help if you’ve experienced a life-changing event like this. Whether the drug caused a temporary setback, or if it was lethal to a family member, you deserve to be compensated for your loss.
Side Effects of Defective Drugs – What are They?
Defective drugs or incorrectly prescribed drugs can cause a range of injuries. Almost all drugs have the potential to cause mild to moderate side effects if incorrectly prescribed, but defective prescription drugs are different. The symptoms of these drugs can cause issues that range from severe – lifelong symptoms, to birth defects if a pregnant mother ingests them, and as stated before… even death in severe cases. Being the victim of any type occurrence is preventable. Therefore drug companies are held to such high standards. If they provide drugs that are deemed defective… they are liable for damages ranging in the millions of dollars in some cases.
The list below has the most common injuries caused when a victim takes defective medication. It’s important to note that this list does not include every possible symptom or result but is the most common.
- Blood clots leading to further health complications
- Heart attack or stroke
- Cancer and increased risk of multiple types of cancer
- Permanent disability
- Internal bleeding
- Weakened immune system
- Autoimmune disease
- Birth defects (when pregnant mother takes defective drug)
- Liver damage, liver function disorder
- Kidney failure
- Many other
Time to Contact a Defective Drug Lawyer in Alabama and Georgia?
Have you or a loved one been the victim of defective drugs? You should immediately contact Steven R. Morris Law, your Alabama defective drug advocate. For the best chance of a fair settlement, you need to hire someone that is experienced with the laws concerning defective drug cases in Alabama. Our top legal team can get you the compensation you deserve for you and your family. While money can’t make things right, it can help to ease the pain of a lifelong affliction due to the negligence of a drug company.
We help clients in Anniston, Jacksonville, Wedowee, Heflin, Valley and we’ve also recently partnered with an incredible defective drug law firm in Georgia. Get the compensation they deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation and let us fight for your rights in court! Your justice is our priority!
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