Millions of people trust pharmaceutical medications and aids to treat their illnesses and ailments without exposing them to unexpected side effects. Unfortunately, those who take prescription or over-the-counter drugs have no way of knowing if their medication is defective prior to taking them. Instead of effectively treating a given condition, these defective pharmaceuticals can actually take a significant toll on an unsuspecting person’s health.
There are health regulations and restrictions put in place in the United States in order to protect consumers. However, defective and dangerous drugs can still make their way onto the market, causing numerous Americans serious harm. If this has happened to you in Arkansas, the attorneys at the Cottrell Law Office believe that you may be entitled to compensation.
Types of Pharmaceutical Defects
Unfortunately, the dangers and negative health effects many drugs have are not discovered until many people are already suffering from the effects. As a result, many product liability claims are filed for the following pharmaceutical issues:
- Drug recalls
- Drug contamination
- False claims
Defective medication, or medication that does not provide the help that it promises, can force you to endure significant physical harm and leave you with the financial burden of treating those damages. Fortunately, you may not have to face the recovery costs, medical bills, and lost income alone.
Contact a Pharmaceutical Attorney in Arkansas
Whether you became the victim of faulty pharmaceuticals because of a manufacturer, pharmacist, or regulatory agent, the Arkansas attorneys at the Cottrell Law Office believe that you should not have to suffer because of someone else’s negligence. We are dedicated to helping victims fight for the compensation they deserve for their injuries, and might be able to help you. Call 800-364-8305 today to find out what we may be able to do for you.