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Legal Help for the Injured
If an irresponsible pharmaceutical company has victimized you or a loved one or a doctor who incorrectly prescribed medication, our experienced Akron lawyers can help. You can recover compensation for your losses through a personal injury claim. With over 500 years of combined legal experience, our team will give your case the best possible chance.
Call (330) 869-9007 to find out how our Akron drug injury lawyers can help you.
Numerous drug injury causes range from improper dosage to undisclosed and harmful side effects. While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is required to thoroughly evaluate all drugs before they are released, sometimes dangerous products slip through. When this occurs, the FDA may recall the drug and put out a warning.
Drug injuries are also caused by inadequate medical care by nurses and doctors. Sometimes, a doctor will prescribe a medication without fully evaluating a patient. The new medication may not treat the patient’s illness. They could experience harmful side effects rather than relief.
A doctor might also prescribe an improper dosage, resulting in harm. In addition, nurses may administer drugs improperly in hospitals or fail to submit prescriptions to pharmacies properly.
Other causes of drug injuries:
When pursuing a personal injury lawsuit, there is a certain burden of proof to meet. As a result, every drug injury case must establish two elements.
First, you must prove that a drug or medication had harmful effects that were not disclosed or that were not expected. Once you establish this, you must prove that you sustained an injury from the drug.
You must convince a judge or jury that your injury directly resulted from negligence or recklessness.
Drug injury cases can be complicated. Our experienced attorneys are familiar with the court documents and legal processes necessary to reach successful outcomes. By seeking legal advice as soon as possible, you may be able to obtain compensation for the losses you sustained that another person or company caused.
Fight for Everything You’re Owed
When filing a lawsuit for sustained injuries, there are a number of losses to pursue. Perhaps you missed work as a result of your injuries. Or maybe you need funds to pay for medical costs. You deserve to be compensated by those responsible.
In a personal injury lawsuit related to a defective drug or medication, you may seek funds to recover:
When a person is killed by a drug, their family may wish to pursue the following losses through a wrongful death lawsuit:
KNR was able to obtain a 1.8 million dollar settlement in a wrongful death case against The Greater…
What Makes KNR Special?
KNR will guide you through the legal process, help you get treatment, negotiate with the insurance and drug companies, and fight for everything you deserve. Our drug injury lawyers have helped numerous injury victims get compensation after a dangerous drug caused them harm. We can help you and your family too.
If you are contemplating filing a personal injury lawsuit, you must act quickly. Ohio has a strict statute of limitations related to this kind of legal action.
According to state law, you have two years to file a personal injury lawsuit from the time you discover your injuries. It is for this reason that you should contact our law office in Akron as soon as possible. With enough time to prepare, our team can construct a strategy that increases your chance of recovery. This might include gathering evidence, conducting interviews, or an independent investigation.
The skilled legal team at Kisling, Nestico & Redick is ready to listen and explain your next steps if a medication harmed you or a loved one.