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Have you been injured or made ill by a dangerous drug?
Any drug that becomes available to the American public for purchase, whether it be prescription or over-the-counter, has first passed the rigorous testing procedures of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These procedures are administered to each drug to ensure its safety for the public by isolating and identifying any harmful side effects it may possess. While many drugs that are available on the market cause no harmful reactions in those that use them, there are yet a large number that have unforeseen side effects, which can result in the injury, illness, or death of an individual. Examples of drugs that have been reported to possess such side effects include:
If you have been harmed by one of the above drugs, or another drug that you have purchased, it is crucial that you contact an Atlanta personal injury attorney as soon as you can. You may be entitled to damages from the pharmaceutical company responsible, but it is likely that you will need an attorney in order to ensure a strong chance of success in your case.
Atlanta Dangerous Drugs Attorney
At Law Office of Neil Flit, we have tried numerous personal injury cases in our 12 years of practicing law, many of them involving complex litigation. Pharmaceutical companies frequently have powerful legal teams at their disposal, and it takes an equally powerful and experienced legal team like ours to fight on the behalf of one victimized by such a company. Contact us about your dangerous drugs case, and we will do our utmost to increase your chances of receiving equitable compensation for the injurious side effects you experienced.
Contact an Atlanta dangerous drug attorney if you have taken a drug and been rendered injured or ill by its harmful side effects.