Defective Drugs

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When your trusted family physician scribbles a prescription for a medication, do you ever wonder whether you're gambling with your life? The truth is that there are numerous FDA-approved medicines on the market today that many fear are actually defective drugs. Though all medications have the possibility of side effects, those of defective drugs are particularly adverse and frightening. Just look at a few of the complaints below...

Defective Drug List Updated 3/04/2013

Below is a list of some of more dangerous drugs that have been mentioned in this web site. Click on the links to find out more about these defective drugs or read about the different side effects.

New: Pradaxa Lawsuits

So... are these truly defective drugs? Though the FDA doesn't necessarily think so, many consumers of the medications do. And whether they work for their intended purposes or not, if they are defective drugs, they shouldn't be available to the public without further research on their contraindications and side effects.

If you or someone you care about has taken a medication and suffered adverse side effects, we urge you to contact our law offices today. You may have actually injected or ingested a defective drug; if so, you could be entitled to monetary compensation for any pain and suffering that resulted from your experiences with the product.

A phone call to us is free and you'll be under no obligation to file a claim. You also won't be charged for our services if you decide to proceed with a lawsuit against the makers of the allegedly defective drugs; unlike other attorneys', we won't get paid until and unless you do.

Call today and help us send a message to the pharmaceutical manufacturers - allowing defective drugs to enter the public's bloodstream is unacceptable.

Latest defective drug news:

Paxil maker Glaxo pays $750 million to settle it's massive defective drug lawsuit.

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