When Prescription Drugs Go Wrong, We Fight To Make Things Right
We take medications prescribed by our doctors to cure ailments, manage ongoing illnesses and conditions, and to simply be healthier as we make our way through this crazy thing we call life. Beyond accepting something as “doctor’s orders” we don’t spend too much time wondering about how the drug was manufactured; we take for granted that it would not have received FDA approval if it was unsafe. The last thing we ever consider is that a drug prescribed by a trusted doctor could result in harm.
Unfortunately, many people each year are harmed or even killed as a result of prescription drugs. Look no further than the ongoing opioid crisis to witness the way prescription drugs can ravage families, communities and entire regions. At Roberts & Harris PC, we set out to make things right for the victims of dangerous drugs, including family members who have lost loved ones to the scourge of addiction. Examples of dangerous drugs include:
- NuvaRing and birth control products
- Denture cream
Proven Representation For Drug Claims
We bring more than 40 years of personal injury experience to these cases, including over 100 jury trials. Our team includes a lawyer who defended insurance companies for more than 15 years before spending the past decade fighting for the injured; he knows the tricks they will play and uses that information against them. Our record of results includes a $1.3 million verdict in a bisphosphonates case and major national multi-district pharmaceutical settlements.
You can rely on us to slay the insurance dragons and ensure your family has the resources it needs to move forward. This includes financial compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost earnings, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of companionship, and more.
Don’t Get Harmed Again By Legal Fees
We only charge a 25% fee for our representation, paid only when we obtain a settlement or jury award for you. It’s your pain and you deserve to keep more of your treasure. Call 877-404-1138 or contact us online to request a free consultation.