When you take medicine prescribed by a physician, you have a right to expect that it will make you better or slow the progression of your disease. Unfortunately, there are a number of drugs on the market that have done just the opposite: made people sick or caused death. When illness or death from the side effect of prescription medication is the result of negligence, the manufacturer of the drug may be liable for the illness or death caused by the product. The injured person may be able to receive compensation for their medical expenses, lost income, money damages and other costs of the illness.
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Products liability law covers these types of cases. It allows people who have been injured by a manufactured product such as a prescription drug to obtain compensation for the illness or the death of a loved one. At Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, P.C., our attorneys use their knowledge of pharmaceutical litigation to obtain verdicts and settlements for clients. We use the services of experienced medical professionals and conduct our own thorough research. In this way, we prepare strong individual cases against the manufacturers of dangerous drugs. If you or a family member has been affected by side effects of a pharmaceutical such as those listed below, contact an experienced lawyer at Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, P.C., to learn about your rights and your options. Call for a free initial consultation today.
Our attorneys have been involved in lawsuits involving the side effects of drugs such as:
If you have been injured because you took one of these dangerous drugs, contact an experienced personal injury attorney immediately. We have been helping injured people since 1981 and may be able to help you obtain compensation for illness caused by drug side effects. Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, P.C., serves injured victims in New York City and in New Jersey communities such as Teaneck, Newark, Elizabeth, Paterson, and Trenton.
To learn more, visit our Products Liability Information Center.