What Constitutes a Defective Drug Lawsuit?
The United States Federal Drug Administration, also known as the FDA, is meant to protect consumers and patients from the consequences of adverse prescription drugs. In an effort to do so, the FDA creates regulations for various clinical trials. However, this doesn’t mean certain drugs don’t end up passing through the FDA’s radar and onto the market, open for public consumption. This is why recalls take place on such a regular basis.
The following are strong factors which may constitute a defective drug lawsuit, including but not limited to:
- Design or manufacturing defects
- Labeling issues, such as: flawed labeling, mislabeling, or incomplete labeling
- Lack of proper warnings about the drug’s potential risks or side effects
- Improper or deceptive marketing of the drug
- Failure to understand or realize significant side effects some time after the drug’s release
- Lack of reversal agent or antidote
If you or a loved one has been injured or harmed at the hands of a defective drug, we at The Williams Law Firm, P.C. want to help. We refuse to sit back in the face of injustice and want to make sure you obtain the compensation you deserve, whether it be for your medical expenses, loss of work or wages, emotional distress, or otherwise.
Contact Our Experienced & Skilled New York Personal Injury Lawyers Today
As a victim of a defective drug, our team of New York personal injury attorneys of The Williams Law Firm, P.C. feel you deserve proper legal guidance. Nothing is as vital as ensuring your rights are protected following this serious and debilitating violation. Regardless of how challenging your particular situation may be, we seek to resolve your concerns as efficiently and effectively as possible.
To schedule an initial consultation with a member of our team, you may contact us by calling (855) 971-0343.