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Medical & Pharmaceutical Injury FAQ
ANSWERING YOUR QUESTIONS AFTER AN INJURY OR ILLNESS
Thousands have suffered adverse side effects as a result of defective drugs and medical products. Often, medical manufacturing companies will release drugs and products onto the market that have not been adequately tested. Sometimes, known risks are not publicly stated so doctors and patients alike are in the dark about the severe side effects that could follow as a result of taking a specific drug or medical implant.
Unfortunately, it is common for medical and pharmaceutical manufacturing companies to market their products even while knowing the serious health risks they could pose. These companies can and should be held accountable for their negligent actions. That is our mission as drug injury lawyers: take harmful companies to task. If you have sustained a medical or pharmaceutical related illness or injury, you are likely to be living with hundreds of questions and concerns. Such questions are best answered by a legal professional familiar with these claims.
If you have questions that deserve answers, we encourage you to give us a call today at 800.793.3903. You can also find answers by browsing through our website today. Click on the questions to learn more!
OUR TEAM OF PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEYS CAN HELP
At Hurt In Brampton, we have experience in dealing with big drug companies around the country and have been successful in obtaining settlements for our clients who have suffered negative side effects after encounters with defective drugs and medical devices. You should seek the help of a Brampton personal injury attorney from our firm today if you believe that you have a case against a drug company. By speaking with someone from our firm, we will be able to answer any and all of your questions and determine the best course of action for your case!
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