Learn more about dangerous drug lawsuits and consider speaking to the trusted dangerous drug attorneys at the Hollis Law Firm about your potential case today.
Every prescription or over-the-counter drug on the public market carries certain side effects that a person may experience as a result of using the drug. It is the responsibility of the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the drug makers themselves to ensure that all the possible side effects are discovered, reduced as much as possible, and made known to the public through the drug’s warning label. While this process is effective most of the time, some drugs which were not adequately tested make it to the market that may cause life-threatening side effects. When a person or their loved one experiences severe side effects as a result of taking a prescription drug, they may seek trusted dangerous drug attorneys, like the ones at the Hollis Law Firm, to help them seek recovery for their financial, emotional, and physical distress.
While the dangerous drug attorneys at the Hollis Law Firm practice from the Kansas City metro area, the firm is capable of representing clients from across the United States. Several examples of the types of dangerous drug cases that the Hollis Law Firm has experience in handling include:
- Actos lawsuit
- Testosterone lawsuit
- Xarelto uncontrollable bleeding lawsuit
- Benicar gastrointestinal problems lawsuit
- Viagra® melanoma lawsuit
- Invokana ketoacidosis lawsuit
- Hernia mesh lawsuit
The costs associated with treating the severe side effects of prescription drugs can be high. Hospital bills can quickly skyrocket, and the patient and their family suffers physical and emotional stress. If you believe you have a claim against a prescription manufacturer, it may be in your best interest to evaluate your unique situation with the experienced dangerous drug attorneys at the Hollis Law Firm. These case consultations are free and confidential. Simply fill out and submit the form on this page or call 1-800-701-3672 today.