We Don’t Let Pharmaceutical Companies Get Away with Selling Dangerous Drugs

by actuate | October 15th, 2018

When you go to the doctor and get a prescription for a new medication, you expect it to help manage your symptoms or begin treating your underlying illness. But for countless Americans, taking a new prescription drug is the beginning of a devastating journey of side effects, complications, and life-threatening drug-related injuries.

The Norfolk drug injury attorneys at Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers know how devastating it can be for victims and their families to be hopeful about the impact of a new medication, only to find out it should never have been on the market in the first place. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is tasked with making sure medications available in pharmacies, doctor’s offices, and hospitals are safe, but drug manufacturers don’t always provide it with accurate information.

Developing a new drug can cost pharmaceutical companies billions of dollars, and they’ll do everything they can to make sure their investments are recouped. That means they may hide potential side effects and adverse reactions, leaving doctors—and even the FDA—in the dark about the dangers lurking in their products. But months, years, or even decades later, patients may begin to exhibit serious complications that can put their lives at risk.

If you or someone you love was hurt by a dangerous medication, you deserve experienced and dedicated legal representation on your side. Drug companies and their insurance providers play hardball when it comes to paying damages to victims, but we aren’t afraid to fight. Call today for a free consultation to find out how we can help.