Medications and Product Liability
You’ve been feeling more and more ill, battling fatigue, appetite loss, and worsening pain. You finally give in and make an appointment with the doctor. She diagnoses you with some unpronounceable condition and prescribes medication that is expected to alleviate your symptoms. After taking it for a few days, you become frustrated, because it seems as though the medication is not working at all – your symptoms are getting worse!
You eventually realize that what you’re experiencing isn’t anything like your previous symptoms. Your new symptoms appear to be side effects of the medication. When you review the prescription, though, your conditions aren’t mentioned in the list of potential side effects. In fact, your side effects are much more severe than those listed. You were sick. You sought help. Now you’re even worse off. What can you do?
Producers and sellers of medication may be liable for unreasonable dangers and injuries that occur as the result of using their products. In addition to your pain and suffering, medical bills incurred while treating the unforeseen injuries accumulate quickly.
Our law firm can help you so that you can focus on getting better. If you or a loved one has suffered unforeseeable injuries by taking a prescription drug or medication, call Ross & Ross at (814) 274 – 8612. Let our experienced attorneys handle your personal injury claim. We will fight for the compensation you deserve.
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