Each year, countless new drugs are approved for market use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Sometimes these drugs deemed “safe” can lead to devastating complications—complications which the manufacturers knew could arise but elected not to inform the public.
The attorneys at the Hudson drug product liability law firm of Greenberg and Greenberg know that people who are in need of any medication need to be able to make medically informed decisions. This cannot happen when a manufacturer places a defective drug into the hands of a consumer.
Responsibility lies with the manufacturer alone, and the knowledgeable Hudson medical malpractice attorneys will fight ceaselessly to ensure that the manufacturer is held accountable for the damages incurred.
Life threatening medical conditions, substantial pain and suffering, and wrongful death can result when a manufacturer fails to warn the public of grave side effects linked to their drugs, or when a pharmaceutical distributes a defective medication. Greenberg and Greenberg will analyze the facts of your case determine the impact a drug made on your life, and help you receive compensation for your suffering.
We are dedicated to handling the legal and insurance issues so that our clients can focus on their recovery.
The Hudson defective drug attorneys at Greenberg and Greenberg handle cases throughout New York State, including Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, and Albany County. Our legal team has earned a reputation for dedicated service to our clients injured in New York personal injury accidents. Please contact us today to receive a free case evaluation by dialing locally to 518-828-3336 or call toll free at 877-469-9300.
Below are some of the most common defective drugs:
Found to be associated with enteropathy, a disease of the intestine leading to severe diarrhea.
Found to be associated with internal bleeding. Manufacturers sold without an antidote.
Found to be associated with internal bleeding. Only recently was an antidote available.
Found to be associated with liver injury and internal bleeding. Manufacturers sold without an antidote
Associated with permanent hair loss. Manufacturer is accused of hiding this fact from the public stating that hair loss was temporary.
Drug class found to be associated with bone fracture, kidney disease and failure, cardiovascular injuries and failure, as well as ketoacidosis, a serious condition in which the blood becomes poisoned by ketones.
Drug class found to be associated with heart failure and pancreatic cancer.
Drug class associated with acute renal failure, chronic kidney disease, and acute interstitial nephritis AIN, the inflammation of tissues and tubes around the kidneys.
Found to be associated with severe birth defects.