Dangerous Drugs May Cause Severe Injury — Act — We Mean Business
Hundreds of new drugs promising to improve lives enter the market each year. The prescription drug industry touts the benefits of these drugs, but some of its claims are misleading and false. Because of these dangerous drugs, people die or suffer severe injury.
If you believe that you have been exposed to a dangerous drug, your first priority should be to seek proper medical attention. Keep all records of your medical visits and doctor reports.
Don't Delay Seeking Justice in Your Dangers Drugs Case — The Statute of Limitations May Affect Your Legal Rights
If you or a loved one suffered a dangerous drug injury, get in touch with the Law Offices of Jeff Martin today. Do not delay seeking legal assistance. The statute of limitations restricts the amount of time you have to file a lawsuit. Your legal rights may be in jeopardy if you do not contact a qualified dangerous drugs attorney promptly. In most cases, you have two years from the time of the accident to initiate a legal action. It's important to take action sooner than later while witnesses' memories are fresh and evidence remains intact.
The following list includes medication that may be dangerous drugs:
Most dangerous drug cases relate to the manufacturer's failure to provide adequate patient warnings of a drug's risks, side effects and dosage, or the risk one drug may pose when combined with another.
Alarmingly, 51 percent of drugs approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have major detrimental effects that are not detected until after the general public uses them, according to the General Accounting Office.
Contact a Dangerous Drugs Lawyer with Our Firm
At The Law Offices of Jeff Martin, serving Tulsa and communities in Oklahoma, an experienced dangerous drugs attorney can help if you or a loved one has suffered an injury as a result of taking any drug or supplement. Contact us. Remember, your initial consultation is free, and you don't pay unless we win. Call us today in Tulsa area at 728-8888 or use our toll free number 800-980-9205.