The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is “responsible for protecting the public health” by regulating the drugs that are sold in the United States. Sadly, the public is not always protected, and some drugs are discovered to be unreasonably dangerous, even after they have been put on the market.
Additionally, many major pharmaceutical companies have sold medications and medical devices to the public without disclosing risks or dangers.
Some of these drugs have harmful side effects that can significantly harm your health, or in more extreme circumstances, could take your life. The worst part is that in some instances, these drug companies put profits before people, with evidence showing that the drug companies concealed these potentially harmful side effects from the FDA and from the public.
At the Packard Law Firm, we work very closely with many experts on these kinds of cases. The three most common cases we pursue are as follows:
At the Packard Law Firm, we understand the financial pressures that many of our clients experience when exposed to these type of harmful medical products. In order to reduce your financial risk when pursuing a lawsuit against these companies, we charge on a “contingency” basis. This basically means that we will not collect a fee unless you receive a settlement or win a verdict from the jury.
If you or someone you know has had exposure to any of these type of cases, we want to help. Even if there are no current negative symptoms. Once you call us, our trained legal team will discuss your potential case with you and begin all the necessary paperwork in the investigation.