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Can I Get Compensation After a Pharmaceutical Drug Injury?

February 11, 2020

You know you’ve seen the commercials – “Have you or a loved one ever been injured by this drug?” Have you ever taken the time to think about the implications of these commercials, though?

Millions of individuals around the globe are harmed by pharmaceutical drugs every year despite taking them as recommended. Due to Big Pharma’s dominance, it’s unlikely that this trend will end anytime soon. What types of injuries can happen as a result of pharmaceutical drug use? If you are harmed by a drug, then what are your legal options for financial relief? Learn the answer below.

Common Pharmaceutical Drug Injuries

Most pharmaceutical drugs are inherently risky. Your doctor will only prescribe them when they believe the benefits of the treatment outweigh the perceived risks of taking the drug. Here are some of the most common pharmaceutical drug-related injuries:

  • Heart attack
  • Dangerous blood pressure changes
  • Increased risk of developing cancer
  • Wrongful death

As you can imagine, all of these injuries lead to significant medical bills. You might suffer other losses, too. Are you missing work after the incident? Is your injury serious enough that you may never return to work? If so, then it’s time to start considering filing a lawsuit.

Can I Seek Compensation for my Pharmaceutical Drug Injury?

There are several types of situations that could lead to a pharmaceutical drug injury. Here are the three main types of product liability claims you could pursue after a drug injury:

  • Pharmaceutical drugs that were defectively manufactured
  • Pharmaceutical drugs that are inherently dangerous with serious side effects
  • The pharmaceutical drug was improperly marketed

Each of these claims is based on the fact that you were injured by a pharmaceutical. You may not be able to seek out compensation if you were using the product illegally or improperly. If you obeyed the drug’s instructions and had a valid prescription, then you might have a claim.

Defective drugs are tainted as a result of an error that happened at either the manufacturing facility or the pharmacy. Improperly marketed drugs are either misleading or fail to warn consumers about known risks.

There’s a number of parties that may be liable after your injury including your doctor, the manufacturer, the lab that tested the drug, your hospital or the pharmacy.

Contact a Morristown Personal Injury Lawyer to Discuss Your Pharmaceutical Drug Injury Case in New Jersey

Did you or a loved one sustain serious injuries due to a pharmaceutical drug in New Jersey? Don’t let the medical bills pile up while you wait for the negligent party or their insurance company to do the right thing. Right now, you need an aggressive personal injury attorney on your side, fighting to get you the compensation you need, want, and deserve. The skilled attorneys at Hoyt & Hoyt, P.C., represent clients injured because of pharmaceutical drugs in New Brunswick, Edison, Woodbridge, Old Bridge, and throughout New Jersey. Call 973-828-8187 or fill out our online contact form to schedule a consultation about your case. We have an office conveniently located at 67 East Park Place, 5th Floor, Morristown, as well as offices in New Brunswick.

The articles on this blog are for informative purposes only and are no substitute for legal advice or an attorney-client relationship. If you are seeking legal advice, please contact our law firm directly.

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