Big Pharma has deep pockets to pay for the defense of claims such as yours, and they will do everything possible to avoid liability. You need an injury attorney who has the skill, resources and dedication necessary to get the results that you deserve.
Antelope Valley Pharmaceutical Liability Lawyer
Dangerous Drug Lawsuits
Have you or a loved one been injured by the dangerous side effects of a prescription drug? You may be entitled to receive financial compensation from the drug company by filing a claim for personal injury or wrongful death. Take action with the help of an experienced Antelope Valley defective drug attorney at our law firm.
Come to Accident Attorneys, where we have more than 75 years of combined experience. We have a proven track record of success in fighting for our clients, and we are ready to take action for you!
We are ready to represent clients who have been injured by drugs such as:
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Pharmaceutical litigation is based on evidence that the drug company brought a medication to market without conducting the necessary research and development to ensure that it was safe, or that they have been selling drugs that are known to be dangerous.
The average prescription drug that ends up in the hands of a patient is the result of between $4 billion and $11 billion worth of research and development. Even with such staggering investments, however, many drugs still make it to the market with flaws that may or may not be known to the pharmaceutical company. Drug makers have a tremendous incentive to get approval for their products so that they can begin selling them: The top 5 pharmaceutical companies each reported more than $40 billion in annual revenues last year.
We want to hear from you whether your case involves injury from anti-depressants, a cholesterol medication, ADHD drugs, opiate painkillers, arthritis medication or any other type of prescription that you believe has caused harm to you or a loved one. Our attorneys take pride in helping clients pursue justice and financial compensation for the wrongs they have suffered.
Take the first step in your claim for monetary damages now by contacting us for a free case evaluation.
If someone else's negligence or carelessness caused your accident, you have the right to pursue financial compensation for your damages. Speak with a lawyer from Accident Attorneys to learn more about your legal rights and options with our firm. You can also fill out an online evaluation form for additional information about your unique case.
Every case is different. A variety of circumstances determine the value of your claim. Property damage, medical expenses, hospitalization fees, pain, and suffering, missed wages, and many other factors can affect the outcome of your case.
You can even collect damages for future unemployment / missed wages and ongoing medical costs. Speak with a member of the legal team at Accident Attorneys to learn more about the potential value of your case.
If you file a claim against an individual, his / her insurance company is probably aware of the judgment. If the insurance is unaware of the settlement, you can notify the insurer. At this point, the insurance provider should issue a check for the settlement.
If the responsible party does not have insurance, you may need to enter the settlement with the court. The court has the authority to enforce the judgment if the responsible party refuses to pay.
There is no minimum amount of money allowed for a personal injury settlement; every case is determined by the unique facts surrounding the claim. Additionally, most jurisdictions do not have a cap on the amount of my money that you can receive through a personal injury settlement.
In California, the amount of money that you can receive for noneconomic damages (pain, suffering, etc.) for a medical malpractice case is limited to $250,000; however, other injury settlements are not subject to this restriction.
Generally speaking, parents are not allowed to access any money given to their child for a personal injury settlement. This is because some parents may take the money for their own benefit instead of the child.
Your child's money will probably be placed in a blocked bank account that only he / she can access at the age of 18. The court may allow you to access the money sooner, but only if it is needed for the child's well-being or health.