Assisting Victims Of Dangerous Drugs
We are dedicated to assisting the victims and families of those who have suffered catastrophic damage or even death due to taking these kinds of dangerous or defective products.
Knowledge of the research process is fundamental to understanding why these drugs are dangerous products. It is also crucial to understand the reasons they were approved, or perhaps why they should not have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
The attorneys at The Lawrence Firm, PSC, have had past success working with many of the physicians involved in the research end of drugs like Yaz, albuterol, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) drugs and Vioxx.
At The Lawrence Firm, PSC, we have decades of experience and success representing clients in Covington, Kentucky; Cincinnati, Ohio; and throughout the entire area. We will use our vast resources to help you obtain the compensation you deserve.
- Have you taken a drug with dangerous side effects that has made it difficult or impossible for you to lead a normal life?
- Have you taken a drug for which there has now been a drug recall?
Contact an attorney at The Lawrence Firm, PSC, to discuss recovering compensation for your injuries.
Taking a dangerous drug can have catastrophic effects. It may lead to devastating and disabling physical consequences as well as significant financial costs that can affect victims for the rest of their lives. You or your loved one might not be able to continue doing your job, take care of yourself or even function without care. Or maybe you are the family of a victim whom you have lost to the dangerous side effects of one of these drugs.
When you make the decision to file a claim against a pharmaceutical company, you must ensure that your attorney is effective in resolving your case because you only have one opportunity to recover for your injuries.
Medically Focused Approach To Your Case
Our experienced attorneys take a medically focused approach to products liability cases involving dangerous drugs. We regularly consult pharmacists and other medical experts to conduct research and writing on dangerous aspects of these drugs. Specifically, we enlist their help to determine if the warnings about the side effects of these drugs are sufficient or whether the drugs are just inherently dangerous.