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DRUG RECALL LAWYER CAN HELP WITH MASS TORT CLASS ACTION SUITS
If you have taken a prescription medication and suffered because of nasty side effects, you may want to contact a reputable drug recall lawyer. If there is a black box warning on a medication, the FDA is well aware that the medication you’re taking, or that you’re administering may have serious and potentially deadly side effects. The FDA mandates that extensive warning labels and printouts are given outlining any possible side effects, and it is important that the patient reads these labels to better acquaint themselves with the products that are intended to help them.
There are many medications that have passed the FDA’s initial scrutiny and are broadcast on television in the way of commercials each day. While they may be effective for the symptoms they treat, that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re safe. A drug recall lawyer realizes this fact, and if your life has been affected by any type of medication, it is important to talk with an attorney to see what the options are. If a particular medication has affected a number of people, there may be a mass tort suit that you can be a part of, effectively banning the medication and protecting anyone else from the harm it may cause.
Attorneys that deal with the victims who have lost relatives or that have seen the effects that a bad medication can have are able to not only relate to your feelings as a victim, but they’re also capable of taking these companies to court and giving you some level of recompense for your loss, whether it is physical, or the ability to earn an honest wage. While money doesn’t replace the life and the experiences of a loved one, it can help the family deal with the costs of medical expenses, funeral services, and be able to move forward without their loved one. A drug recall lawyer knows that pharmaceutical companies don’t really have a personal interest in those that take their meds. They care about profits. They care about shareholders. They care about keeping their balance sheets above board. If someone dies because of a pill they’ve sold, that is the least of their worries. However, it’s not the least of yours.
If someone you’ve loved has died or their lives have been adversely affected because a pharmaceutical company has sold medication that has damaging side effects that caused their untimely passing, you have the right to some form of compensation and a drug recall lawyer can help you get the restitution you deserve. While a prescription may help some people cope with a medical condition, that doesn’t mean they won’t suffer some of the most harmful side effects, some with debilitating results.
A drug recall lawyer knows that when someone is in pain or suffering from a disease, that the pharmaceutical companies may make life a little easier to cope with. But they also realize that pharmaceutical companies have created a medication that will sell, even if it does have negative side effects. However, until the manufacturer has been taken to task for their bad medications, they won’t take them off the market. Having an attorney that understands your needs and is willing to do what it takes to get you the compensation you deserve and do their part to get the harmful meds off the market is the best way to begin the road to recovery. Mass tort suits work not only for those that have been affected, but it also protects others from ever receiving the bad medication in the future.
Attorney Terry Bryant
Terry Bryant is Board Certified in personal injury trial law, which means his extensive knowledge of the law has been recognized by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, setting him apart from many other injury attorneys. The 22 years he spent as a Municipal Judge, Spring Valley Village, TX also provides him keen insight into the Texas court system. That experience also helps shape his perspective on personal injury cases and how they might resolve. This unique insight benefits his clients. [ Attorney Bio ]
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