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Patients trust their physicians and pharmaceutical companies to warn them of potential adverse side effects from the medications they take. However, this doesn’t always occur.
Occasionally, pharmaceutical companies intentionally fail to divulge risks; other times, physicians make mistakes. The results for patients can be devastating. Without all relevant information, patients are robbed of their ability to make an informed decision. Sometimes, they experience unexpected life-changing drug side effects with nowhere to turn.
Uncovering who is responsible for your drug injury depends on many factors. Drug manufacturers could forge data or illegally market their products. In other instances, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) could make a bad judgment call and push unproven drugs through to market despite significant risks. Physicians may fail to review the risks of prescribed medications with their patients.
The best way to pinpoint who is responsible for your drug injury is to consult with a drug injury attorney.
The attorneys at Wilson Kehoe Winingham have over 30 years of experience representing patients who were unjustly injured by a drug due to someone else’s actions. Currently, our attorneys are representing victims harmed by the following medications:
All of the following drugs are under investigation only as they relate to melanoma:
All of the following drugs are under investigation only as they relate to chronic kidney disease:
All of the following are under investigation only as they relate to pseudotumor cerebri (PTC) and/or intracranial hypertension (IH):
If you or a loved one have suffered adverse side effects after taking prescription drugs, you are urged to contact the Indianapolis Drug Injury Attorneys of Wilson Kehoe Winingham. The lawyers at WKW can help you get the compensation you deserve. Call 317.920.6400 or fill out an online contact form for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.
If you would like to report a drug for severe adverse events, complete the form at MedWatch.