Harmful Prescription Drug Abuse Lawyer in Dallas
In our everyday lives, we are constantly bombarded by commercials and advertisements from the pharmaceutical industry.
On television, there are many drug commercials touting the benefits of one drug over another and persuading us that our lives will be better if we take their drugs.
In some cases, there are competing advertisements. One by the drug company selling the drug and one by law firms warning about the dangers of the drug.
Similarly, it seems magazines are full of three-page spreads for prescription drugs. One page with information about the drug, the other two pages dedicated to lists and lists and lists of side effects.
So, how can the average consumer know whether a drug they are taking is actually safe? Unfortunately, for many people, the answer to that question comes too late.
So often, our drug injury attorneys in Dallas represent patients and their families who were prescribed drugs that they and even their physician thought were safe, but it wasn’t until they suffered a serious or fatal complication, began to do their homework and discovered that other patients had experienced the same problem.
“When a legally prescribed or over the counter drug causes serious or fatal injuries and leaves you or someone you love with lots of unanswered questions, you need to seek immediate medical help from a trusted source.”
At any given time, there are dozens of prescription drugs that are on the radar of patient safety advocates, pharmaceutical industry watchdogs, and personal injury attorneys. Our drug injury attorneys in Dallas stay abreast of the latest medical news concerning drugs and we are actively involved in the litigation of several drugs.
If you are concerned that you or a loved one has taken a dangerous or defective drug and have suffered serious or fatal injuries, we encourage you to submit your case for evaluation immediately.
Our mission is to help as many people as possible. But, even if we can’t help you, we can give you some guidance on what to do now that you have been injured and, hopefully, some peace of mind.