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What can you do when your medicine causes you harm?

| Aug 2, 2017 | Defective Drugs |

Many people in Illinois and the rest of the nation rely on prescription medicines to stay healthy and have a good quality of life. For some, drugs like Risperdal have helped them to overcome severe mental obstacles that once prevented them from living full lives.

Unfortunately, these same valuable medicines as well as many others have also resulted in injury and even death. What can these victims do when their own medicine causes them harm and changes their lives for the worse? Our legal practice has helped victims nationwide take action against defective drugs and their manufacturers.

When a medicine does more harm than good, we believe it should be removed from the market and its manufacturers held liable. Working with the legal system is one way to accomplish this goal and prevent others from suffering devastating injuries, including:

  • Heart attack
  • Heart failure
  • Birth defects
  • Depression
  • Suicidal thoughts and tendencies
  • Kidney failure
  • Strokes

Defective drug litigation is often complex. After all, drug manufacturers are huge companies and well equipped to protect their interests. What you need is someone to help you protect your own interests and to help you recover the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

Our attorneys trust in the legal system to help victims injured by defective drugs, but at the same time, we understand that clients and their attorneys must be prepared to work towards these goals together. Regardless of where you live in the nation, we urge you to visit our website so that you can learn more about defective drugs, their consequences and your options as an injured victim.

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