Dangerous Drugs & Defective Devices
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We prosecute for victims of pharmaceutical defects in Savannah, Georgia and nationwide
A serious threat to public safety is the availability of dangerous prescription drugs. Drug companies, in their rush to market, sometimes withhold or misrepresent important safety information before, during, and after clinical trials and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval process or other licensing procedures.
The attorneys at Tate Law Group, LLC have recovered millions of dollars in damages for our clients in pharmaceutical lawsuits and litigation. We strive to see that our work provides a clear message to the government and to drug manufacturers that they have a grave responsibility to the public when approving or marketing dangerous prescription drugs.
The attorneys at Tate Law Group, LLC possess the knowledge, skills, and resources to effectively manage lawsuits involving pharmaceutical defects.
Medical complications and other drug-related injuries could be caused by improper prescription or administration by doctors and pharmacists. A doctor or pharmacist’s failure to warn patients about grave side effects and severe drug interactions may result in serious injury, such as liver failure, birth defect, increased risk of heart attack, muscle damage, heart valve failure, blood clots, and stroke.
Consumer expectations are set to see improvement
Patients taking pharmaceutical medications expect to see improvement in their health, not deterioration. If a personal injury or wrongful death occurs, the victim has the right to pursue compensation for medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, physical and emotional trauma, and other losses. Our pharmaceutical defect attorneys have obtained millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts on behalf of clients in Georgia and nationwide.
If you have been seriously injured as the result of a defective drug or dangerous pharmaceutical device, call Tate Law Group, LLC at 866-610-7107 or contact us online.