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Learn how your side effect case might qualify you for compensation. Talk to a harmful pill lawyer at the Hollis Law Firm today.
It is commonly believed that if a drug is on the market, it has been properly tested for harmful side effects. Although there are regulations in place by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), some harmful drugs still slip through to the public market. The FDA requires drug manufacturers to conduct extensive research, testing, and clinical trials before a new drug is introduced for the public. However, in some cases, long-term side effects were not documented or found by the drug’s manufacturer. When a drug manufacturer fails to identify the potential side effects from its warning label, it places the public’s health at risk for severe long-term side effects.
At the Hollis Law Firm, we have experience in providing legal representation to those who are seeking a harmful pill lawyer. If you are seeking a harmful pill lawyer, it is highly likely that you or a loved one have fallen victim to one of the potentially harmful pharmaceutical drugs on the market. The team at the Hollis Law Firm has experience representing clients from across the United States in a wide array of harmful pill cases.
What does a harmful pill lawyer at the Hollis Law Firm have experience with?
- Xarelto lawsuit uncontrollable bleeding cases
- Testosterone lawsuit heart attacks and blood clots
- Invokana lawsuit ketoacidosis side effect cases
- Benicar lawsuit gastrointestinal side effect cases
- Hernia mesh lawsuit infections, bowel obstructions, subsequent surgeries
- Baby powder lawsuit ovarian cancer
It may be in your best interest to seek a harmful pill lawyer at the Hollis Law Firm today if you or a loved one have fallen victim to harmful pharmaceutical drugs. To easily contact a member of the Hollis Law Firm, please fill out the form located on this page or give us a call at 1-800-701-3672. The Hollis Law Firm offers free legal consultations to help you determine if you have a viable case.