Zofran Birth Defect Lawsuit
Pursue Compensation with a Fort Lauderdale Dangerous Drug Lawyer
Many pregnant women who took Zofran during pregnancy were unaware that the medication would cause birth injuries such as heart defects or cleft lip or palate in their children. Although Zofran wasn’t approved to treat pregnant women, it was marketed to alleviate nausea and vomiting. The manufacturer has known at least since the 1990’s that the drug posed dangers to developing infants.
At Schlesinger Law Offices, P.A., we believe that Big Pharma should be held responsible for the injuries they have caused. Our firm gives you access to more than six decades of collective legal experience, as well as extensive resources and aggressive advocacy. We are known for meticulous investigation and thorough case preparation. As an established firm, we command respect in the courtroom.
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Birth Defects Linked to Zofran
Several studies have linked Zofran to birth abnormalities. In fact, it was discovered that women who take Zofran while pregnant have approximately twice the risk of giving birth to a child with a cleft palate.
Other birth defects that have been linked to Zofran include:
- Skull deformations
- Webbed toes
- Heart malformations
- Cleft lip & palate
- Hearing loss
- Webbed toes
These serious conditions necessitate a significant amount of future care, therapy, and other expenses. It’s important to pursue compensation that can cover these expenses and more.
Child Injured by Zofran? Turn to Schlesinger Law Offices, P.A.
Over the years, our Zofran attorney team has recovered multi-million dollar verdicts, including several record-setting verdicts. This is due to our dedication to the client, our hard work, and our determination. We strive to obtain the best outcome possible for our clients and work to hold the negligent parties accountable for their actions.
Turn to Schlesinger Law Offices, P.A. for seasoned legal guidance. Call (954) 467-8800 for more information about your case.