Prescription Drug and Medical Device Lawsuits
Our drug attorneys are dedicated to fighting for the rights of those that have been harmed by dangerous drugs and medical devices. For over 33 years, Attorney David Willis of the Willis Law Firm has been a trial lawyer representing seriously injured clients and their families in product liability and personal injury lawsuits, defective drug litigation, class action lawsuits and medical device recall lawsuits. Our law firm is currently investigating and evaluating cases involving numerous prescription drugs and medical devices. If you or a loved one have been seriously injured, or your child born with a serious birth defect, and you believe a drug or device may be the cause, then please contact a drug attorney at our law firm to discuss your legal options.
Comprehensive database of dangerous drug side effects and associated medical lawsuits that are being investigated nationwide.
Learn about your legal rights concerning defective medical devices that have injured people due to the manufacturer’s negligence.
Search FDA recalls on pharmaceutical drugs and medical devices that may apply to products you or a loved one have used.
Prescription Drugs On The Market
When doctors prescribe medicine, you hope it will allow you to recover from an illness or treat your medical condition. However, some drugs have dangerous side effects that outweigh the benefits.
Dangerous drugs with life-altering side effects may make it to the pharmaceutical market because their potential dangers were not anticipated during clinical trials. Sometimes drug manufacturers hide, ignore or minimize evidence of unreasonable risks during clinical trial research. Drugs with known, or hidden, dangers not properly disclosed to consumers may be classified as defective products.
In America, prescription drugs have as much as $289 billion in annual sales. This makes the United States the world’s largest drug purchaser. The U.S. accounts for almost half of the $643 billion in yearly drug sales worldwide.
Drugs and medications are products, and while not all prescription drugs are dangerous, many are. Such drugs can cause a variety of side effects, injuries or even deaths.
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You won’t have to pay any legal fees or expenses unless we can get compensation for you. If we don’t win your case, we charge nothing.
30+ Years Experience
Our personal injury law firm has helped thousands of clients and their familes over the past thirty years with drug and medical device lawsuits.
Attorney David Willis is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Less than 10% of lawyers are Board Certified.
Our multi-lingual staff are fluent in English and Spanish to help answer all of your questions in whichever language you prefer speaking.
Drug Side Effects
Drug side effects can cover a wide range, from mild discomforts to diseases and death. Other side effects may include birth defects in children caused by pregnant women taking prescribed medicines during pregnancy or life-altering injuries that permanently effect a person’s quality of life.
Defective drug side effects may include:
- Birth Defects
- Liver Problems
- Kidney Problems
- Heart Problems
- Bladder Problems
- Internal Bleeding
- Brain Injury
- Uterine Problems
- Lung Problems
- Neurological Dysfunction
- Muscle Damage
- Nerve Damage
- Gastrointestinal Tract Problems
Recalls can come from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or voluntarily by the drug makers themselves. Product recalls can be initiated for a variety of reasons:
- When a drug is determined to be a health hazard and dangerous to the consumers.
- A drug may be recalled if it is mislabeled or packaged poorly.
- If the drug is potentially contaminated or contained prohibited ingredients.
- Some are removed for inaccurate or improper warnings.
- Recalled due to misuse by consumers.
- Recalled due to manufacturing defects when a drug or device is poorly manufactured.
- Recalled due to mixing errors in the drug’s formulation.
Pharmaceutical drugs and medical devices may be taken off the market permanently, or other times a recall is initiated to correct labeling, instructions or to add new safety warnings.
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If you've been injured by a dangerous drug or medical device, contact our law firm and tell us what happened. Talking to one of our lawyers is completely free, has no obligaton, is held in the strictest of confidence and will help you get answers to important questions. We collect facts about your potential case and will explain what you need to do to protect your rights. Talk to our drug attorneys now and learn what legal options are available to you and your family.
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