It’s not uncommon for pharmaceuticals to be associated with adverse effects or serious side effects. However, drug manufacturers and sellers have certain responsibilities to the public, including:
- Exercising reasonable care in drug development, manufacturing, inspection, and labeling.
- Informing the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the public of any side effects.
- Advertising in a truthful and non-misleading way.
As a consumer and patient, you have the right to trust that your medication is safe. This is not always the case. When a pharmaceutical company acts negligently, its actions can result in serious side effects. Victims however, may have a remedy by bringing a product liability claim against the drug’s maker.
To discuss your claim, contact a Carabin Shaw Law Firm Actos lawyer.