We generally assume it will cure our ailments when a doctor prescribes a medication. When we pick up the prescription or over the counter medication at the pharmacy, we also assume the drug is properly labeled with all potential warnings. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. More and more often we hear about people being injured or even killed by defective drugs.
A defective drug is one that is prescription or over-the-counter and that was designed improperly, manufactured defectively or improperly labeled with potential side-effects and warnings. If you were injured or a loved one was killed because of defective drugs, you need a pharmaceutical lawyer who is knowledgeable in handling cases involving pharmaceuticals and dangerous drugs. A lawyer with knowledge on such dangerous drugs has access to medical experts, investigators and legal specialists who can assist in determining who is to blame and how much compensation you deserve.
At Ginnis & Krathen, our personal injury attorneys have successfully handled cases involving defective drugs. We have the experience and knowledge needed plus access to the right resources to hold the responsible parties and entities accountable and get you the reimbursement you deserve.
Pharmaceutical Injury Attorneys
If you or a family member was injured after taking defective drugs, it is crucial that you speak with a pharmaceutical attorney today. A personal injury lawyer will assist you in holding the drug companies responsible for the injuries you and your family suffered. Prescription and over-the-counter medications are supposed to improve your health, but it is sometimes the opposite, and millions of people suffer injuries or even die because of drugs that are designed improperly, manufactured defectively or improperly labeled with potential side-effects and warnings.
Ginnis & Krathen, a personal injury law firm in Fort Lauderdale, knows that drug companies are required by law to sell safe, carefully tested products. When they fail to do so, people are harmed and drug companies should pay. Call us today to speak with a knowledgeable pharmaceutical lawyer who can aid you in getting the reimbursement you deserve.