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Suffering a side effect doesn’t automatically make you eligible to file a suit against a drug maker—your right to legal action depends on whether you received proper information and warnings about the risks of a drug and were therefore able to give informed consent. This means even those who suffered severe complications from a drug may not be able to bring a lawsuit if the drug maker provided adequate precautions.
Patients are much more likely to have their suits accepted when they can prove a failure on the pharmaceutical company’s behalf to put consumer safety first. Complaints may include:
- Marketing a drug as more useful or effective than it really is
- Marketing a drug for situations that lay outside of its FDA-approved uses
- Failing to warn about the risk of side effects, especially severe ones
- Downplaying the risk of side effects
- Releasing a drug that is contaminated with unsafe substances
- Releasing a drug that can harm patients when other, safer alternatives exist
Plaintiffs must prove a pharmaceutical company was dishonest or otherwise negligent, and that the harms they suffered could have been prevented had the company acted properly.
Pharmaceutical companies make billions of dollars each year, and a large percentage of that money goes to defense lawyers. Simply put, if you plan to bring a lawsuit against Big Pharma, you need a team of strong advocates who are not afraid to face down your opponents.
Our team at Grewal Law PLLC is knowledgeable regarding pharmaceutical litigation and experienced in handling high-profile cases. This combination of skills means we are well-positioned to help you bring a dangerous drug case if you were injured.
Why File a Dangerous Drug Lawsuit?
Starting a claim if you were injured by a harmful drug can have individual and societal benefits. Like any negligent party whose actions harm another, pharmaceutical companies are legally responsible for the damages patients accrue from dangerous drugs. You could be able to recover compensation for:
- Medical bills
- Future medical needs
- Lost wages
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Pain and suffering
Your claim may also help bring attention to a dangerous product and drive public pressure for a recall. The FDA does not have the authority to remove a drug from pharmacies—only drug makers can make that decision. Typically, they only do so to avoid hits to their reputation and bottom line.
By taking a pharmaceutical company to court, you’re letting them know they will face consequences for their negligence. When enough people speak out, companies become more likely to stop selling dangerous drugs rather than assuming their profits will outstrip the cost of any settlements or verdicts they are forced to pay.
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When you’re facing unexpected injury, starting a legal claim may seem daunting. We are here to stand up for your rights and provide the support you need to find justice. Pharmaceutical companies have the resources to perform robust testing and identify the potential health issues linked to any drug they release.
They also have a responsibility to do so—and when they fail, putting patients’ lives at risk, we believe they should be held accountable to the full extent of the law.
Grewal Law PLLC has 3 offices across Michigan and an experienced team that is not afraid to take on big defendants like pharmaceutical companies. Though we take a tough approach to legal battles, we pride ourselves on offering personalized service and attention to every client we work with.
Transparency and communication are priorities for every member of our team. If you want to learn how we can help you file a dangerous drug claim, please reach out for a free consultation. Before you make any decision, you should know your rights and options.
Our Michigan dangerous drug lawyers are ready to fight for justice if you’ve been injured. Start your claim today by calling us at (888) 211-5798—we’re available to speak with you 24/7.
Manvir (Mick) Grewal Sr. Founder and Managing Partner
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