Zofran Lawsuit Information for Birth Defect and Heart Defect Claims - Current Information About Zofran Lawsuits from National Attorneys
Women and families whose baby developed birth defects or heart defects after being exposed to Zofran in utero have filed Zofran birth defects lawsuits against the pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline. Plaintiffs in Zofran birth defects lawsuits contest they were not warned about the risk of birth defects from Zofran use during pregnancy. Furthermore, Zofran birth defect lawsuits aim to hold GlaxoSmithKline accountable for marketing Zofran for pregnant women even though this use has never been approved by the FDA, endangering fetuses and women, say plaintiffs in Zofran lawsuits. Birth defects including physical deformities, cleft palate, and heart defects have all been linked to first trimester Zofran exposure.
Zofran Heart Defects Lawsuits
For families whose baby suffered heart defects after being exposed to Zofran in utero, you may qualify to file a Zofran heart defect lawsuit to recover compensation for damages you and your family have suffered. Filing a Zofran lawsuit serves two purposes:
First, filing a lawsuit can achieve financial compensation for your family for the suffering, damages, loss, and medical expenses encountered due to Zofran birth defects. Studies show that fetuses exposed to Zofran face a higher risk for heart defects and other physical abnormalities.
Second, a critical mass of Zofran birth defects lawsuits may be the most effective way for individual consumers to exert pressure on a corporate giant to take responsibility for the safety of its products. Zofran birth defect lawsuit claims may join forces in a Multi-District Litigation (MDL), uniting individual consumers to advance justice and safeguard others against the same danger in the future.
Our lawyers handling Zofran heart defect lawsuits throughout the U.S. offer free case review with no further obligation. Complete our simple contact form at the right of your screen and one of our attorneys handling national pharmaceutical claims will respond promptly. We are happy to provide information about Zofran heart defect lawsuit time limits for your state, discuss your situation in detail with you, and answer your questions as definitively as possible.
Zofran Birth Defect Lawsuits Are Not Class Action Lawsuits
Zofran birth defects lawsuits will not be class action lawsuits where those filing a claim can expect to receive only very small settlements. Although Zofran birth defect lawsuits will likely become a Multi-District Litigation (MDL), each Zofran lawsuit claim will be handled on its own merit and each plaintiff will receive compensation in accordance with the individual damages they suffered. MDL is a legal procedure that expedites cases that share a common injury among many plaintiffs across the country, while preserving details of individual cases to ensure fair compensation.
Zofran Birth Defect Lawsuits: No Fees Unless We Collect for You
We will represent all persons involved in a Zofran birth defect lawsuit for on a contingency basis, meaning our attorneys charge never charge any legal fees unless we win compensation in your case. For a free no-obligation consultation please fill out our short online contact form and one of our Zofran heart defect lawyers will contact you to answer any of your questions.
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