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Dangerous Errors when Filling Prescriptions

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When people think of medical malpractice they often imagine botched surgeries, in which a doctor leaves a surgical tool inside a person’s body, or a physician who fails to recognize obvious signs of a serious medical condition in time to provide treatment. While this kind of conduct is considered medical malpractice and does occur… Read More »

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Collecting Compensation for Pharmaceutical Negligence

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Many pharmacists take great care when filling prescriptions and explaining a medication’s side effects to patients. Unfortunately, mistakes still can and do occur, which can have devastating consequences, so if you were injured as a result of a pharmaceutical error, it is crucial to seek the guidance of an experienced personal injury attorney who… Read More »

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Compensating Patients For Defective Drugs

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Everyday products designed to make tasks easy and convenient may sometimes malfunction, causing the user serious injury or, in some cases, death. While the malfunction of these products may sometimes be due to user error, they can also be due to a defect in the product itself, making it unfit for use. This is… Read More »

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How to Prove Defective Drug Cases in Florida

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Manufacturers are required to create products that are reasonably safe for consumers. In short, consumers have the right to reasonably expect that products on the market will not cause harm to them. Sometimes, that trust is breached. In those cases, if the consumer is injured they may be eligible to receive compensation through a… Read More »

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Parents Allege Defective Drug Resulted in Son’s Birth Defect

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A California couple is suing drug manufacturing giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) after they allege a medication the mother took has resulted in birth defects in their young son, according to a report in The Legal Examiner. The lawsuit alleges that the anti-nausea medication, Zofran, caused a serious heart defect in their son, who was born… Read More »

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What to Do if You’ve Been Affected by Defective Over the Counter Drugs

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More than 100 million Americans deal with some type of chronic pain. Over the counter pain medication plays a crucial role in advancing their quality of life. Without them, these Americans would likely face a very different set of circumstances in life. And these drugs are everywhere: There are more than 100,000 over the… Read More »

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Risperdal: A Troublesome Antipsychotic Drug

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Risperdal is the brand name for risperidone, a pharmaceutical drug that is made and sold by the Johnson & Johnson subsidiary, Ortho-McNeil-Janssen. The drug was first approved by the FDA in 1993 and is classified as an atypical antipsychotic that changes the effect of brain chemistry. It is designed to treat schizophrenia in adults… Read More »

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Prescription Drug Defects: Zoloft

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Pfizer, a New York City-based multinational pharmaceutical corporation, introduced the prescription drug Zoloft to the market in 1991. The original television ad has received a heavy dose of mockery over the years, and includes the pitch “When you know more about what’s wrong, you can help make it right.” Perhaps Pfizer can take their… Read More »

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