Current Pharmaceutical Drug Lawsuits You May Be Eligible To Receive Financial Compensation For...

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Testosterone Lawsuits

Testosterone Lawsuits

Testosterone has been linked to heart attacks, strokes, blood clots and even death. Discover if you may be eligible for a lawsuit. Learn More...

Depakote Lawsuits

Depakote® & Depakene® Lawsuits

Depakote® has been linked to both physical and cognifitive birth defects. Find out if you are eligible for compensation. Learn More...

Xarelto Lawsuits

Xarelto® Lawsuits

Xarelto® has been linked to uncontrollable internal bleeding. Discover if you may be eligible for a Xarelto® lawsuit. Learn More...

Zofran Lawsuits

Zofran® Lawsuits

Zofran® (anti-nausea drug) has been linked to birth defects. Find out if you may be eligible for financial compensation. Learn More...

Lipitor Diabetes Lawsuits

Lipitor® Lawsuits

Lipitor® (cholesterol statin) has been linked to type-2 diabetes in women. Discover if you may be eligible for a lawsuit. Learn More...

GranuFlo Lawsuits

GranuFlo® & NaturaLyte® Lawsuits

GranuFlo® & NaturaLyte® have been linked to cardiac arrest, heart attack and stroke after dialysis. Find out more. Learn More...

Actos Lawsuits

Actos® & Bladder Cancer

Actos®, a drug commonly prescribed to type-2 diabetes patients, has recently been linked to bladder cancer. Learn More...

Proton Pump Inhibitor Lawsuits

Heartburn Drug Lawsuits

Nexium®, Prilosec® and Prevacid® have been linked to chronic kidney disease and acute kidney injuries. Find out more. Learn More...

Invokana Lawsuits

Invokana® Lawsuits

Invokana®, a drug used to treat type-2 diabetes has been linked to an increased risk of heart attack and stroke.. Learn More...

Your Legal Options As A Victim of A Dangerous Pharmaceutical Drug...

Pharmaceutical drug companies manufacture and market hundreds of new drugs each year. Each pharmaceutical product is regulated and approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) before it reaches the consumer, and every year over 200,000 people die from using defective pharmaceuticals.

It is estimated that more than 50% of all the drugs marketed to the American consumer have negative or dangerous side effects, in spite of testing and FDA regulation.

Some drugs were still marketed by drug companies even after evidence of serious side effects or death had been noted. By law, drug manufacturers are strictly liable for an injury if the product they sell is defective or unreasonably dangerous.

A Pharmaceutical Manufacturer may be liable if:

  • The product may be defective because of an error in the manufacturing process.
  • Consumers are not warned of possible bad effects from the use of the product.
  • The product has a design flaw that makes it dangerous.

The pharmaceutical manufacturer may be liable and can be sued for damages even if they were unaware of the danger. It does not matter how carefully the product was produced or labeled.

Many drug products have caused such widespread injury that class action suits or mass torts have been filed against the pharmaceutical drug companies.

Of additional concern are the dietary supplements which are becoming increasingly popular. The FDA requires that manufacturers assure that such supplements are safe before selling them, but there are no testing or approval requirements for over the counter supplements or drugs.

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Pharmaceutical Injury cases are covered by a statute of limitations, which means that you only have a certain period of time in which you can file a lawsuit.

If you have a pharmaceutical injury case that you would like us to review please call Greenberg & Bederman at 800-800-1144 or click the "Free Consultation" button you see on this webpage.

The initial drug injury consultation is free of charge, and if we agree to handle your bad product case, we will work on a contingency fee basis, which means we get paid for our services only if there is a monetary recovery of funds.

A lawsuit must be filed before an applicable expiration date, known as a statute of limitations, so please call us or contact us online right away to ensure that you do not waive your right to possible compensation.