Drug manufacturers are charged with the duty to manufacture and sell drugs that are safe to use by the public. The pharmaceutical industry is heavily regulated, and new products must pass many safety checks before the government will deem them safe to market to the public. Still, dangerous drugs do sometimes make it past all these barriers and end up causing serious or even fatal injury to patients and consumers. As such, it is important to understand what makes a drug dangerous and what actions could be taken.
Holding negligent drug manufacturers accountable
The impacts a dangerous or defective drug can have could be life-altering and deadly. At Clark, Love & Hutson, PLLC, our attorneys that these matters seriously and are committed to holding negligent parties accountable for the harm caused. By placing a harmful drug on the market with the knowledge of it being unsafe, the manufacturer has made themselves vulnerably to liability claims.
Our law firm takes the time to discern the details of the case, helping our clients better understand the cause and liability associated with the matter. Whether it was the negligence of a drug manufacture, a drug company’s failure to disclose vital information or the mislabeling of a drug at a pharmacy, our attorneys will stand by your side, so you do not have to navigate the process on your own.
A defective or dangerous drug can cause long-term health damage or even death. As such, our law firm takes the time to properly calculate the damages suffered. While nothing can be done to bring back a loved one or get one back to their normal health, monetary compensation could help offset the harms caused by the situation.
Our law firm understands that tragedy could befall an individual or their family when suffering harm from a dangerous drug. A negligent drug manufacturer may be to blame, and our attorneys are dedicated at establishing cause and liability in these matters. We work hard to calculate the damages suffered by victims, assisting them with recovering financial compensation to offset these losses.