Atlanta Defective Drugs Lawyers

Modern medical technology has allowed us access to an unbelievable wealth of health possibilities, including medications that can prevent, treat and control symptoms of diseases that would be debilitating or even fatal.

By some estimates, more than 200,000 Americans suffer serious and sometimes fatal side effects each year from prescription drugs. Indeed, some believe that more Americans die from taking prescription drugs than from using illegal drugs. These estimates do not include the thousands of Americans who suffer adverse reactions to over-the-counter medications and even "natural supplements."

Because of the immense power of these medications, when incorrectly designed, they can injure or kill the consumers who need them the most. If you believe there is something wrong with a medication you have been prescribed, or a loved one has been injured due to a medication, it is important to consult with an experienced lawyer who will take the time to understand your situation and inform you of possibilities for seeking compensation by law.

Georgia Dangerous Drugs Attorneys

As one of the most experienced personal injury firms in Georgia, we have extensive experience dealing with faulty medicines and defective drugs. We are committed to taking our approach, one that has obtained more than $200 million for our clients in personal injury, to cases involving:

  • Vioxx
  • Celebrex
  • Zyprexa
  • Bextra
  • Avandia
  • Rezulin
  • Ultram

Many of cases involving defective drugs come as a result of drug recalls and result in complex multi-district litigation. While we are proud of our successful participation in previous class actions and multi-district litigation for defective drugs, we have received larger verdicts and settlements than many other members of multi-district litigation.

We have also had numerous cases regarding defective prescription medication, both as a result of harmful side effects and accidental death, and also because of the incorrect prescribing of prescription drugs and/or the negligent filling of a pharmaceutical prescription.

To discuss any aspect of defective drugs with one of our Atlanta defective drugs attorney in a free initial consultation, call 770-284-3077 or e-mail us here.