Dallas Drug Injury Attorney
Our Dallas Drug Injury Attorneys can Help You File a Defective or Dangerous Drug Lawsuit
If you have been injured due to some type of prescription medication that has had a negative impact on your health, you may be able to recover against the parties responsible for providing consumers with access to this dangerous drug. You can seek legal remedies through a products liability cause of action. Products liability lawsuits impose responsibility on the companies that were responsible for manufacturing, distributing and marketing the product that has caused your injury.
There are number of different elements that must be met in order for your product liability lawsuit to be successful against the parties that provided you with access to such a drug. Given the scientific nature of this type of claim, as the plaintiff, you will have a high burden to meet in order for your theory of recovery to prevail. This is why it is important to your cause of action that you obtain an attorney with the knowledge and skills for this area of the law. The Dallas drug injury attorneys at Grossman Law Offices have been handling product liability personal injury cases. Our goal is to ensure that every client is satisfied with our legal services, and that is what we intend to provide to you.
What are Dangerous and Defective Drugs?
Dangerous and defective drugs are prescription medications that have deadly side effects that make it to the market primarily because their potential dangers were not anticipated or discovered. The Food and Drug Administration typically identifies these drugs as having some negative side effects that are more detrimental to consumers than their benefit of allowing the medication to remain available to the general public.
What do I Have to Prove in my Defective Drug Case?
Typically, there are three ways in which you may prove that a drug is defective in some way. The drug may be (1) defective in the manner in which it was designed, (2) defective in the way it is manufactured, or (3) defective in how it was marketed because of a failure to warn of any potential dangers associated with the drug.
Who Can I Hold Liable for my Injuries?
The defendants in your potential lawsuit are determined by what you are alleging. For example, if you are claiming that it was defective in the manufacturing or the design stages, you would be filing your lawsuit against the drug's manufacturer and/or the testing laboratory responsible for the drug.
However, if you are claiming the drug was in fact defective because of some marketing ploy that was misleading or there were insufficient warnings on the bottle then you may have a claim against the manufacturer, the doctor who prescribed the drug, the pharmacy who filled your prescription, the pharmaceutical representative and the hospital that provided you with this drug and the pharmacy.
There are many shifting variables in defective drug product liability cases. That is why it is crucial that you seek legal representation to ensure that your cause of action is based on the very best theory of recovery so that you may receive the maximum compensation that you deserve. Grossman Law Offices is dedicated to litigating each and every case we handle, and we offer you that same loyalty. To discuss your cause of action in greater detail, contact our Dallas drug injury lawyers at 1-855-326-0000.
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