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Defective Drug Lawsuits

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What are Defective Drug Lawsuits?

Defective drug lawsuits often are filed when you or a loved one may experience a severe side effect that you weren’t properly warned about or the drug was marketed in a misleading manner.
In most cases, the U. S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will determine that the defective drug or medical product may have serious side effects that place patients at risk of harm or even death. As a result of taking defective drugs, patients and family members may suffer great injury and hardship. One recourse you have is to file defective drug side effects lawsuit with an experienced lawyer.

Some Current Defective Drug Claims Include:

Zofran – This anti-nausea drug has been linked to a possible increased risk of birth injuries such as cleft palate and heart defects.

Viagra – Studies show that taking Viagra may increase the risk of developing the deadly skin cancer, [...]


Paxil Lawsuit

If you or someone you know took the medication Paxil while pregnant, you might qualify for a Paxil lawsuit. In multiple studies, Paxil has been shown to cause birth defects in infants when the mother took Paxil at any time throughout the pregnancy. If you took Paxil and your child was born with certain defects, you may be eligible to file a Paxil Lawsuit.

What is Paxil

Paxil (paroxetine) is an antidepressant belonging to a group of drugs called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Paroxetine was approved by the FDA for use by the public in December 1992.

Paxil affects chemicals in the brain that may become unbalanced. Paxil is used to treat depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD).

Paroxetine affects neurotransmitters, the chemicals that nerves within the brain use to communicate with each other. Thus, neurotransmitters can be thought of as the communication [...]

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