Turn to the Hollis Law Firm today to find an experienced harmful drug attorney that will help you determine if you have a viable case.
Since the start of modern-day medical practices, the U.S.Government decided the public deserved to access safe, effective drugs with minimal side effects. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is the government agency put in place to help keep harmful drugs out of the public market. The FDA has helped keep potentially dangerous drugs away from the public since 1906. While the FDA is largely responsible for protecting public health, pharmaceutical companies play an active role in the FDA approval and reporting process and are tasked with creating safe medicines and testing each new drug thoroughly.
Although there are regulations and guidelines in place, potentially harmful medications still reach the public. Patients taking medications that are causing severe gastrointestinal problems, uncontrollable internal bleeding, or melanoma may seek a harmful drug attorney to help determine if their unique case will qualify them for compensation. The Hollis Law Firm is passionate about representing injured people and speak daily to those who are searching for an experienced harmful drug attorney.
Some of the common lawsuits the harmful drug attorneys at the Hollis Law Firm have experience in include:
- Uncontrollable internal bleeding from Xarelto®
- Gastrointestinal side effects from Benicar®
- The development of melanoma in men taking Viagra®
- Ketoacidosis from Invokana®
- Small bowel obstruction hernia mesh
If you or a loved one are looking for a harmful drug attorney to answer your questions, give the Hollis Law Firm a call at 1-800-701-3672 for a free case evaluation. During your free case evaluation, your harmful drug attorney will ask specific questions to help determine if you have a viable case. This case evaluation is risk-free and confidential. Although the Hollis Law Firm is located in the Kansas City Metro area, the firm is able to effectively represent clients across the United States.