Will My Drug Lawsuit Go to Trial?

Categories: Prescription Drug Lawsuit

When many people learn they have a legal claim and are preparing to file a lawsuit, they imagine having to take the stand to testify about their injuries and illnesses in front of a judge and jury at trial. However, the large majority of personal injury cases never reach the trial stage – instead, they are…

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How a Prescription Drug Lawsuit Works

Categories: Prescription Drug Lawsuit

Billions of prescriptions are filled on an annual basis and even more types of medications are distributed to patients in hospitals and nursing homes daily in the United States. When a pharmaceutical manufacturer puts an unsafe drug on the market or fails to provide the necessary warnings for a particular drug, the harm caused to…

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Product Liability Claims Involving Pharmaceutical Drugs

Categories: Legal

Between 1990 and 2008, U.S. spending on prescription drugs increased from $40 billion to $234 billion. Today, almost half of all Americans take at least one prescription drug, many of which are injured by severe side effects of dangerous drugs[1]. In general terms, “product liability” refers to the liability of a seller of a product…

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No Fees Unless a Recovery is Obtained

Categories: Info

One of the reasons why many people fail to seek legal representation after they have been impacted by a dangerous drug or defective medical product is because they are worried about the costs. You may be concerned that you won’t be able to afford to speak to a lawyer let alone the costs involved in…

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Understanding the Steps of a Case Evaluation

Categories: Info

Our law firm works on a contingency basis which means that you do not pay any legal fees unless you win your case. In most instances one of the first steps in a lawsuit is to exchange money but this is not how it works with us. The exchange of money only comes at the…

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