Alablama Defective Drug Injury AttorneysWhenever you are sick or injured,you might be taking care of a family member or loved one who is ill, you have a trust that doctors will make the right decisions to help you or help your loved one get better. The facts are that some medications prescribed by many doctors have ingrediants that may cause the patient additional health problems or drug side effects. Many such medications have been investigated by the (FDA) that is the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and require warning labels, but many times patients are not always aware of these risks.
If you or a loved one has been injured or become sick after taking a certain perscription medication, the drug injury lawyers at McCutcheon and Hamner Accident and Injury Lawyers can help you file a drug injury lawsuit to get you or a loved one compensated for your pain and suffering and your injury-related expenses. We will start working on your case today. Just call us 256-764-0112 of fill out the consultation form to get the experienced drug injury help you deserve.
Injuries Caused by Dangerous DrugsThe Drug Injury Lawyers at McCutcheon and Hamner assisting and helping people suffering from negative drug side effects.
Examples of negative drug side effects
CancerSeveral prescription drugs have shown to have been linked to an increased risk of developing certain types of cancer, these include the diabetes drug Actos® and the birth control injection Depo-Provera®.
Cardiovascular InjuriesSome patients can experience severe forms of cardiovascular side effects‒such as blood clots, heart attacks, and strokes from kidney dialysis drugs,low testosterone therapies, as well as birth control medications.
Depression and SuicideSome patients may experience forms of severe depression and suicidal thoughts after taking popular prescription drugs,such as the acne medication Accutane®
DiabetesThe cholesterol drug Lipitor® can help reduce the patients risk of heart attacks and other cardiovascular issues. But it can also affect some patients’ blood glucose levels, which can lead to the development of Type 2 diabetes.