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Pharmaceutical Injury

When a patient uses medication, whether that medication was prescribed to them by their physician or purchased over the counter, they have the right to expect that the medication will help them heal, not worsen their illness. If you have suffered from the side effects of a prescription or over-the-counter medication, you may be eligible to file a pharmaceutical injury lawsuit.

As with other product liability cases, pharmaceutical injury lawsuits seek to recover damages from manufacturers who sell defective products. Thousands of patients who have been injured by defective pharmaceuticals have sought compensation through the court system. At the Amaro Law Firm, our attorneys specialize in helping clients who have endured a pharmaceutical injury or illness from their prescribed dosage.

Reasons For Pharmaceutical Injury Lawsuits

A pharmaceutical injury lawsuit has much in common with a typical product liability case. The plaintiff can file a pharmaceutical injury claim if it can be shown that the drug’s manufacturing process made it unsafe, or if the drug’s marketing materials failed to disclose the drug’s potential dangers. Plaintiffs can also file a pharmaceutical injury case if they can show the drug’s dangerous side effects.

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