Representation For People Injured By Medication
Although the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves prescription medications and medical products before they can be sold to consumers in the United States, it doesn’t mean the medications are safe. Trials often fail to disclose specific dangerous side effects, often caused by interactions with other medications the patient may be on.
Lawsuits involving defective and dangerous pharmaceuticals and medical products are complex and difficult to win. These cases often hinge on highly technical evidence, and the medical manufacturing industry may use every resource to protect itself from litigation. For that reason, most law firms will not accept cases involving dangerous drugs or medical components.Schedule Your Free Consultation
Real Experience In This Complex Area Of Law
The team of skilled and experienced attorneys at Hopkins Law Firm, LLC, in Pawleys Island, South Carolina, will aggressively protect your rights. Personal injury trial attorney Bill Hopkins has more than 30 years of trial experience representing clients in complex individual and class action lawsuits against some of the largest pharmaceutical companies in America. He understands the medical issues involved and our firm turns to a network of trusted independent experts, when necessary, to build the strongest case possible on behalf of our clients.
The List Of Defective Drugs Is Long And Growing Longer Every Year
The FDA has published a lengthy list of drugs* that have been recalled, voluntarily withdrawn from the market or require “black box” warning labels about dangerous side effects. There is a lot of information about dangerous and defective drug litigation. At Hopkins Law Firm, we believe you have been injured enough already. Make sure you talk to a lawyer with proven experience settling and winning these types of cases in court
Talk To Attorney Bill Hopkins · Free Consultation · Contingency Fees
Call us at 843-314-4202 or send an email with a brief description of your injury, as well as the drug or medical product you believe is responsible. We will schedule an opportunity to have you meet with Bill as soon as possible.