Nationwide Drug Injury Lawyers

As a nation, Americans take more prescriptions than ever before. In many cases, the new drugs that come out every year cost more than the ones they are designed to replace. Unfortunately for patients, industry practices and medical mistakes can lead to drugs causing more harm than good.

At Cory Watson Attorneys, our experienced drug injury lawyers represent victims harmed by dangerous, unsafe, and recalled drugs nationwide.

Our law firm can investigate drug injuries caused by any prescription or over-the-counter drug, whether or not it was recalled. Contact our attorneys today for a free, confidential case review—just call (877) 562-0000 or complete our free initial consultation form to get started.

Profits at the Expense of Safety

Drug manufacturers compete to market so-called “blockbuster” drugs—or products that generate $1 billion or more a year. These new drugs are frequently reformulations of older, cheaper drugs with new packaging and much higher prices.

The potential benefits of these drugs are highlighted in marketing materials, while significant risks are downplayed. And unfortunately for patients, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) often requests stricter warning labels for drugs after innocent people suffer more harm than good. By the time most drugs are recalled, hundreds or even thousands of people have been put at undue risk—all in the name of profits for big drug companies.

Get Help With Your Drug Injury Lawsuit

The drug injury lawyers at Cory Watson Attorneys have more than 30 years of experience helping victims, and we aren’t afraid to take on the biggest players in the pharmaceutical industry.

If you took a prescription drug and suffered severe side effects, it’s easy to get the help you need—just dial (877) 562-0000 or complete our free initial consultation form. As a leading national injury law firm, we serve clients throughout the country as well as our home state of Alabama.

Don’t delay getting the help you need. It takes just minutes to get started, and the initial conversation is always free.