Columbus Drug Injury Lawyers


Drug manufacturers are responsible for testing, manufacturing, packaging and marketing their products within appropriate guidelines, as well as accurately representing their risks. If you or a loved one are harmed by an unsafe pharmaceutical, our Columbus dangerous drug attorneys can help hold the liable parties accountable.

If you are the victim of a defective drug, you can take legal action against those responsible. With pain and suffering and significant financial burdens, you deserve to be compensated for your losses.

Our Columbus drug injury lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick have over 500 years of combined experience helping people seek justice. With our knowledge and understanding, you can seek the funds you need.

Medications treat everything from depression to Multiple Sclerosis. Negative symptoms can be greatly reduced and improved with the right medicines. However, drugs can have a negative impact beyond the known side effects. Defective drugs include over-the-counter medicines or ones prescribed. These dangerous drugs can cause physical, psychological, and emotional injuries. Fortunately, there is a way to recover from the damage they caused.

Call (614) 487-8669 to find out more about your Columbus drug injury case.

Columbus Drug Injuries

Dangerous or defective drug injuries happen in various ways. One of the most common is insufficient labeling. The serious side effects of a drug might be known to those who produce and sell it. However, the labeling may not mention certain harmful effects. Without realizing it, a person could take a medication that causes serious health problems. Even doctors have been known to withhold information related to the harmful nature of a drug.

When the dangers of drugs are discovered, the pharmaceutical company or Food and Drug Administration (FDA) may issue a recall. Drug recalls require you to return or dispose of medications, but may leave you wondering about the impact it had on your health.

Our experienced defective drug attorneys can help. We will listen to your situation and answer any questions you have.

Your Legal Options in Drug Injury Cases

In Ohio, you may obtain compensation for injuries caused by a defective drug through a personal injury lawsuit. Drug lawsuits occur on either an individual basis or as part of a class action claim.

Filing an individual lawsuit can be complicated and requires challenging powerful pharmaceutical companies. However, class actions often involve joining with others, similarly injured by a drug.

In any drug injury case, you must prove the drug had a significant defect that caused harmful side effects. In addition, the defect directly caused your injury. Our Columbus drug injury attorneys make this process as easy as possible.

We will handle the legal aspects of your case, explain your options, and prepare your legal argument so your case has the best possible chance of success. We can also help you join or navigate a class action drug lawsuit.

Compensation for Drug Injuries

If you become injured by a defective drug, the financial burden can be overwhelming. You should not carry this financial burden alone if someone else was responsible.

A drug injury claim can help you recover:

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost income
  • Disfigurement
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Loss of consortium, or loss of familial relationships
  • Physical limitations

KNR will guide you, help you get treatment, negotiate with the insurance and drug companies, and fight for everything you deserve. Our drug injury lawyers have helped several victims in and around Franklin County get what they need after a dangerous drug caused them harm. We can help you and your family too.

In the event that your loved one was fatally injured by a drug, a wrongful death claim could let you recover:

  • Funeral and burial costs
  • Lost income
  • Loss of prospective inheritance
  • Loss of comfort and society provided by the deceased

Who Is Responsible for Drug Injuries?

There are many points in the drug approval and distribution process where something can go wrong. Doctors and pharmacists, for example, are responsible for prescribing the correct medicines and ensuring that dosages are correct. If either is to blame for a drug-related injury, it may be possible to file a lawsuit against them.

Drug manufacturers can also be held accountable. A drug label may not list every harmful side effect. A drug can also have a design flaw. This can negatively impact the human body. Our Columbus dangerous drug lawyers will evaluate your case and help you hold the proper parties responsible.

Drug Injury Lawsuits

Filing a lawsuit against a doctor or a major corporation can be daunting. With complex legal procedures, time requirements, and a confusing legal system, it can be difficult to act without the help of a professional.

Our Columbus drug injury lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick are dedicated to helping you seek justice for your injuries. We will listen to your situation and examining every aspect. Once all of the information has been gathered, we can create a compelling argument that will portray your case in a positive light.

Our Columbus Drug Injury Lawyers Can Help

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.

We have 11 locations throughout Ohio and a long history of fighting for people like you. If you have questions, speak to an experienced Canton drug injury attorney today.

Call (614) 487-8669 or contact us online . We offer 100% free initial consultations and there are no costs unless you recover compensation.