Repairing The Damage After Defective Drugs

Whether you are taking a medication for the common cold or are on a prescription for a serious health condition, you trust doctors and drug manufacturers to act in your best interest. When your doctor fails to prescribe the appropriate medication or a manufacturer sells you drugs that cause severe side effects, their negligence can result in lasting physical, emotional and financial harm for your entire family. At Chester Law Group, our attorneys are there to help you pick up the pieces.

How Drug Defects Happen

Making sense of your case can be difficult, especially when there are numerous parties involved and variables at play. Some of the most common culprits in creating a dangerous product situation are:

  • Flaws in the drug itself
  • Faulty clinical trials
  • Inaccurate labels
  • Inadequate warnings
  • Incorrect dosage

There may also have been problems with the manufacturing process. A batch could have been tainted with another drug or an outside substance, or general manufacturing practices were not followed.

What We Do

While sometimes, the damage caused by these drugs is immediately apparent, in other cases, you could go years without ever knowing what is causing your pain or side effects. Perhaps you only realized what is happening because the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a prescription recall.

Although we cannot undo the damage caused by a faulty drug, our lawyers advocate fiercely for you when seeking compensation in the Akron, Ohio, area. We conduct our own investigation to determine what led to your injury, and then seek to hold all parties accountable. Beyond handling all practical aspects of your case, because we believe in a relationship-oriented approach, we provide honest communication and a listening ear from our very first meeting together.

Easing Your Recovery

No matter what kind of adversity you and your family are up against in your personal injury case, trust our law firm to ease your road to recovery. Reach us online or call 800-218-4243 to schedule a free initial consultation.