You can hold pharmaceutical companies responsible for their mistakes by filing a personal injury claim against them. A San Diego dangerous drug attorney can help you with your claim.
Prescription drugs are designed to help those with health problems. They can help with pain, decrease symptoms of an illness or disease, and save your life. But if a dangerous or defective drug has done the opposite and hurt you, you can hold drug companies and manufacturers accountable for their mistakes.
Manufacturers must be careful not to send a product out into the world that hasn’t been properly tested or that is known to cause harm. When you’ve been injured by a defective drug, you can seek damages for your injuries and suffering by filing a personal injury claim.
Contact a San Diego defective drug lawyer at The Kindley Firm, APC, for help with your claim.
When your doctor gives you a prescription, you trust that you’ve been prescribed a safe product that will help you get better. Many drugs have labels identifying the proper dosage and uses, but those labels don’t indicate the dangers of taking a defective medication.
The following are just a few of the ways dangerous medications can hurt you:
The following is a list of some drugs that have caused serious injuries in users:
After discovering you’ve been injured by a defective medication, contact a personal injury attorney to discuss your options. The time limit (also called the statute of limitations) for filing a personal injury claim in California is two years from the date of the injury or one year from the date you discovered an injury at a later time.
The following are damages you can request in your San Diego defective drug claim:
If you’ve been injured by a dangerous or defective medication, you may be able to seek compensation for the harm that prescription drug caused you. Your health is important to you, and the party responsible for compromising it must be held accountable.
Speak with a San Diego defective drug lawyer from The Kindley Firm, APC, today. We can evaluate your case for free during an initial consultation, and we work on a contingency fee basis with personal injury cases, so you don’t pay anything up front. Call 619-550-1313 or complete our contact form to get started on your case today.