Talk to our experienced drug injury lawyers.
Since 1985, the nationwide drug injury lawyers at Woods & Woods have protected injured people’s rights. This can be a difficult time in your family’s life and we are here to help. Drug manufacturers release dangerous medicines into the marketplace too often. When innocent people are injured by medicines, we can help them sue the drug manufacturer.
We promise you won’t pay unless we win your lawsuit.
Woods & Woods nationwide drug injury lawyers will never charge you a penny unless you win your claim. Our fee is a percentage of the settlement and case expenses. An example of a case expense is a doctors report or medical report from an expert. If your drug injury lawsuit is not successful, you don’t owe us the anything.
Why file drug injury lawsuits?
When we get sick, we turn to doctors and healthcare professionals to help us get better. Many times, treatment involves prescriptions and medications that are intended to alleviate pain, increase mobility, maintain health, or improve the quality of life. In fact, the Institute of Medicine reported that four out of five adults use prescription medicine, over-the-counter drugs, or dietary supplements of some sort every single week.
Unfortunately, these medications don’t always heal. Doctors may prescribe the wrong medication or dosage, and fail to make an accurate diagnosis and cause serious harm. Drug injuries are more prevalent than most would like to admit and can cause severe and long-lasting problems for patients. Drug injuries can include heart attacks, addiction, strokes, kidney damage or failure, and more.
Who will be held liable for my drug injury?
Most medicine lawsuits are against the drug manufacturer. Often the drug manufacturer is the one who put out a defective product that had unintended consequences for its users. Lots of medicine injury lawsuits begin when a whistleblower in the company releases adverse information showing that the company knew or should have known of the side effects.
What if my family lost someone to a drug injury?
Some families that lost a loved one will be able to receive a settlement from the drug manufacturer. This money cannot bring back a loved one but can help your family through this difficult time. Some families may have lost their breadwinner from a medicine injury death and are having trouble providing for their family. If you lost a loved one from a medicine injury death, you should contact a lawyer to discuss your legal options.
Is there money for medical bills?
Some victims of drug injuries may be able to receive money for medical bills. After a drug injury, there may be astronomical medical bills. Some families are struggling to pay or make payments on their owed medical bills. Drug injury lawsuits can provide compensation for past and future medical bills.
Can I afford a drug injury lawyer?
Yes! We only win if you do! Woods & Woods nationwide drug injury lawyers never charge a penny unless you win. If you lose your drug injury lawsuit, you owe us nothing. If we win, our fee is a percentage of the settlement and case expenses. Our contracts are simple so clients can understand them. Woods & Woods nationwide drug injury lawyers do not charge for phone calls, we never bill by the hour, and we won’t ask for money upfront.
Should I sue the drug manufacturer for my defective drug injury?
If you took medicine and you ended up with serious side effects, you should consider filing a lawsuit against the drug manufacturer. Our nationwide drug injury lawyers stand up against large companies that injure people. Sometimes the drug manufacturers will determine how many people the defective drug will harm before releasing it to the market for sale.
It is unconscionable that drug manufacturers do sell harmful medicine, but it is now a part of the pharmaceutical industry. Have you ever noticed the very long list of possible side effects from the drug companies commercials? That list doesn’t always include all of the side effects. Some side effects are brought to light years after thousands of people have been hurt.
Does it matter that the defective drug I used was FDA approved?
A large number of successful lawsuits against drug manufacturers are for medicines that were FDA approved. Just because your defective drug was approved by the FDA doesn’t mean you can’t sue the drug company. Our defective drug lawyers help people who were injured by listed and unlisted side effects.
Sometimes defective drug lawsuits will allege that the drug manufacturer could have made the drug in an alternative manner, therefore reducing its chance of harm. Other lawsuits are for side effects that were unlisted. These defective drug lawsuits often allege that the drug manufacturer knew, or should have known, about the potential side effect.
Can I get money for medical bills and future medical care?
Some victims of defective drugs will be able to get money for medical bills and future care. Our drug injury lawyers fight hard to get injured people the compensation they deserve. If you took a defective drug and occurred medical bills, you could be entitled to money to pay those bills. Some people will require lifelong medical care after a drug injury. Those defective drug victims might be able to recover money to help with those future medical bills.
Is it hard to fight defective drug manufacturers?
Defective drug cases are complex. The drug manufacturers hire tough lawyers to fight every lawsuit. You need an experienced defective drug lawyer to protect your rights against these large companies. Woods & Woods nationwide drug injury lawyers partner with law firms around the country to best serve our clients. We share information and collaborate together to fight for our clients. There is strength in numbers.
How long do I have to file a defective drug lawsuit?
There are limits to how long you have to file a defective drug lawsuit. Statutes of limitations will limit the amount of time you have. These are essentially legal deadlines that will bar claimants from filing. Statutes of limitations for filing defective drug lawsuits vary from state to state. When you took the medicine will also be a factor. The time of your injury may also be considered. Our advice is to contact our nationwide drug injury lawyers as soon as you can.
What if a defective drug caused a birth injury?
Unfortunately, birth injuries caused by defective drugs are common. Many defective drugs end up injuring the child while they are in the womb. Defective drugs can cause lifelong injuries in infants that can be debilitating. Some victims of defective drugs may be able to recover money for lifelong medical care.
Our nationwide drug injury lawyers know that the medical bills from a sick child can be devastating to a family’s finances. Some families may always be on the verge of bankruptcy from piling medical bills. A defective drug lawsuit could help your family get back on track after major medical bills.
Why call Woods & Woods nationwide drug injury lawyers?
Woods & Woods nationwide drug injury lawyers was founded in 1985 to help injured people and their families. Since then, our drug injury lawyers have successfully represented thousands of people in need. We fight tough for our clients. Our knowledge and resources help our clients win their cases.