More Americans than ever ― roughly 7 out of 10 ― take at least one prescription medication, and more than half take at least two. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves new drugs every year designed to treat almost every medical condition imaginable.
Many of these medications improve the quality of people’s lives. But the rush to develop new drugs, fueled by record-breaking corporate profits, has come at a tragic cost to thousands of consumers. The truth is that not all medications are safe and effective. In fact, some dangerous drugs are prescribed “off-label” or for uses other than what the FDA originally approved.
When drug manufacturers put profits before consumer safety, our attorneys are prepared to hold them accountable and recover full compensation for the harm done to you.
Mass tort cases stem from a dangerous drug on the market that harms a large number of people.
To learn more about these cases, see our articles discussing some of the most common mass tort FAQs we receive and the differences between mass tort, class action, and multidistrict litigation (MDL) lawsuits.