Birmingham Drug Injury Lawyers
Alabama Drug Injury Attorneys
As a nation, we take more prescriptions than ever before, and the new drugs that come out every year often cost more than the ones they are designed to replace. Unfortunately, industry practices and medical mistakes can often cause the very drugs meant to help us to instead cause serious injuries.
Big Profits and Your Risks
Drug manufacturers compete to market so-called "blockbuster" drugs—products that generate $1 billion or more a year—that are frequently reformulations of older, cheaper drugs with new packaging and much higher prices.
The possible benefits of these drugs are highlighted while the significant risks are downplayed. The FDA requests stricter warning labels for drugs after they've harmed the very people they're intended to help. By the time a drug is recalled, hundreds or even thousands of people have been put at undue risk, all in the name of profits for big drug companies.
How We Can Help
The Alabama drug injury lawyers of Cory Watson Crowder & DeGaris are highly experienced in drug injury cases. Follow the links for information you need to know about national drug recalls, medicine-related injuries, and medications that have made headlines with their frightening side effects.
Contact us today if you or someone you love suffers the following:
- cardiovascular complications
- primary pulmonary hypertension
- hemorrhagic strokes
- kidney damage
- kidney failure
In addition to contacting the experienced pharmaceutical drug litigation team at Cory Watson, you can report serious adverse events directly to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration through MedWatch.
If you took a prescription drug and suffered severe side effects, it’s easy to get the help you need—the Birmingham personal injury lawyers at Cory Watson Crowder & DeGaris are ready to fight for you. Pick up the phone and call us at (800) 852-6299 or fill out our free initial consultation form.
As a leading national injury law firm, we serve clients throughout the country as well as locally, including Birmingham and Blount, Jefferson, Shelby, Tuscaloosa, and Walker counties. It takes just minutes to fill out the brief form and the initial conversation is free.