Prescription Medication Lawyer Harrisburg
- A pregnant mother takes a prescription drug for a migraine, only to learn after her baby is born with a major birth defect that the drug she took while pregnant carried four times the risk of causing serious birth defects.
- A sick patient goes to the local hospital for an MRI scan, gets an injection so his doctors can read the scan more easily, but then suffers a life-altering skin condition because the drug he was given wasn’t tested properly before being released to the public.
- A young adult takes an antidepressant drug to cope with depression but wasn’t aware of the link between suicidal tendencies and mood enhancing drugs before the unthinkable happened.
These are the kinds of stories the drug injury lawyers at Schmidt Kramer hear all too often. If something like this happened to you, we know you have questions. We know you’re confused, upset, and unsure of what to do next, and we're here to help.
Why Talk to a Pennsylvania Drug Injury Attorney?
At least half of all Americans take at least one prescription drug, with one in six taking three or more medications. – Department of Health and Human Services
The Pennsylvania drug injury attorneys at Schmidt Kramer are dedicated to helping the families of people who used a pharmaceutical drug and suffered severe and life-threatening side effects. Call us today and Talk to Pennsylvania drug injury attorneys about your situation. We want to help.
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When you’ve taken a prescription drug and suffered serious or life-threatening side effects, you have questions—turn to Schmidt Kramer and speak with a lawyer today. Our Pennsylvania drug injury attorneys will walk you through the legal process and get you back on your feet. Call (800) 232-6301 or fill out a free online consultation form—it’s yet another way to talk to a lawyer.