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Philadelphia Defective Drugs Lawyer

A defective drug is a prescription or over-the-counter medicine that causes injury. Sometimes the injury is physical. Other times, the injury is psychological or emotional. A drug can be considered “defective” for a variety of reasons. Two of the most common include incomplete labeling or insufficient warnings.

It can take years before we know that a drug is dangerous. Unfortunately, by that time, it is too late for many unsuspecting consumers who have been prescribed that particular medicine by their doctor or picked it up at a local pharmacy.

If you believe you may have taken a defective or dangerous drug, the best way to find out if you have a case is to contact the knowledgeable & skilled pharmaceutical injury lawyers at TopDog Law or CALL (800) 215-7211.

When is a Drug Considered Defective? What Makes a Good Defective Drugs Attorney?

To determine whether a drug is defective, the FDA conducts an investigation to determine whether the specified drug’s side effects outweigh the drug’s intended benefits. If the answer to that question is yes, the FDA will either recall the drug entirely or mandate that new warnings be added.

Several dangerous drugs include: Xarelto, Meridia, Hydroxycut, Crestor, Ortho Evra, Celebrex, Ephedra, Paxil, Serzone, Zicam Cold Remedies, Yaz/Yasmim, Provigil, Accutane, Vioxx, Serevent

When any new client reaches out to our firm, the effective pharmaceutical injury lawyers at TopDog Law first determine if the client has taken a defective drug. Second, they determine if the client ingested the drug during a specified timeframe. If the answer to both questions is yes, they may pursue a claim against the pharmaceutical company.

When is a Medical Device Considered Defective? Ask the Defective Medical Device Lawyers at TopDog Law.

Dangerous medical products enter the market by manufacturers intending to help patients. Unfortunately, sometimes the research on these devices is not conclusive before the device is sold to doctors and hospitals. The result is an unsuspecting patient putting something inside their body that is actually causing harm.

Some examples of recent defective devices:

  • IVC Filter
  • Hernia Mesh
  • Transvaginal Mesh

If you believe you have suffered harm from one of the above devices or another dangerous medical product, please contact the medical device lawyers at TopDog Law or CALL (800) 215-7211.

How Much Does It Cost to Hire the Philadelphia Defective Drugs Lawyers or Medical Devices Attorneys at TopDog Law?

The short answer is nothing. Our defective drugs lawyers and defective medical device attorneys work on a contingency basis meaning they do not get paid unless you get paid. We also cover all the up-front costs for expenses like experts who we will use to testify on your behalf. Therefore, we have every incentive to ensure that we win and get you the most compensation possible for your injury. CALL (800) 215-7211 and tell us your story today.

Defective Drugs Lawyers & Defective Medical Device Lawyers Near Me

TopDog Law services all 67 counties in Pennsylvania and has easy-to-access offices across the Philadelphia region. We also pride ourselves in being a text message away. Our lawyers routinely travel to meet clients in their home or close to their home. Do not hesitate to reach out if you are unable to travel to one of our locations.