Dangerous Drug Lawyers
Experienced in Taking on Pharmaceutical Companies
For anyone injured as a result of a dangerous or defective drug, the legal issues surrounding that accident can sometimes be as confusing and frustrating as the accident itself. While the first priority must always be the medical safety and well-being of the person hurt by a drug, it is important to understand the legal implications of the injury and learn what steps can be taken and when.
At Lowe Law Group, our dangerous drug attorneys understand the complexities of pharmaceutical law. Releasing an ineffective, harmful drug is a serious offense and the responsible party could owe the injured substantial damages. Allow us to advocate for your right to compensation during this time.
For help understanding dangerous drug laws, reach out to our firm at (801) 900-4681.
Common Drug Offenders
Injuries from dangerous drugs can be life-changing and difficult to cope with. Some of these injuries include IBD and Crohn’s disease, risk of heart attacks and congestive heart failure, birth defects, deep vein thrombosis, and tic-like facial movements related to tardive dyskinesia.
Some of the most common drug-related injuries come from:
- Avandia (rosiglitazone)
If you recognize any of those names, you may be intimidated at the prospect of going up against a large company. A big reputation and expensive attorneys do not excuse a company from negligence and malpractice. Courts do not take dangerous drug cases lightly, so allow our legal team to aggressively present your case.
Call (801) 900-4681 for Proven Legal Experience
Lowe Law Group is prepared to pursue the compensation clients deserve for any hardships these defective drugs may have caused them or their families. Our dangerous drug lawyers represent people throughout the United States who have developed drug-related injuries. We also practice mass torts to assist numerous victims afflicted by the same drug.
When you give us the details of your case, we provide straightforward answers on where your stands and if you are eligible for compensation. Also, working on contingency fees, you won’t owe us anything unless we win you compensation.
Call our office at (801) 900-4681 for a free case evaluation.