If you were the victim of a defective drug in Miami or elsewhere in Southeastern Florida, you may be eligible to pursue compensation for your medical care and other damages you suffered. A Miami defective drug attorney from the Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato can review your case for free and explain your options.
Call (954) 633-8270 now for a free case review and consultation with a defective drug lawyer in Miami. If we take on your case, you will pay no attorney’s fees unless we recover a payout on your behalf.
Understanding the Types of Defective Drugs
We can help you understand your Miami defective drug case and may be able to build a case against the drug company on your behalf. There are three types of defective drugs:
Design defects are problems that occur as a result of the formulation or design of the drug itself. This could include dangerous or potentially deadly side effects or adverse reactions that are often dangerous enough that the possible harm outweighs the potential benefits for most or all patients.
Manufacturing defects occur when something goes wrong with a certain batch or several batches of the drug. Any problem during the manufacturing process can cause a manufacturing defect. Too much or too little of an ingredient can cause a relatively safe drug to cause serious injury or death.
Labeling defects, sometimes called “failure to warn,” occurs when there is incorrect or inadequate information on the medication’s label, or information is missing from the accompanying paperwork. This can include dosage instructions, possible side effects, drug interactions, and more.
Your Miami Defective Drug Lawyer Can Pursue Compensation on Your Behalf
If we can show that you suffered injuries because of a defective drug, we can hold the drug company liable for the damages you suffered. This is possible because all product liability cases are strict liability claims. This means we do not have to show how the drug manufacturer acted negligently. Our Miami defective drug lawyer can hold the company liable no matter when or why their product became defective.
Under strict liability, drug manufacturers are responsible for the safety of their products from the moment they introduce them to the marketplace until the consumer uses them.
Florida law, however, limits how long we have to hold a drug company liable for its defective medication. In general, this includes:
- Four years for an injury case
- Two years from the date of death for a wrongful death case
It is important we meet these deadlines, or you could lose your right to pursue compensation by taking the case to court.
In addition to building a case because you suffered injuries, we can help if a member of your immediate family passed away after taking a dangerous or defective medication. We will review your possible wrongful death case and help you understand if you are eligible to take legal action. If you are not, we may be able to identify another party who can pursue compensation on behalf of your family.
Our Miami Defective Drug Lawyers Help In Your Case
At the Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato, we are passionate about ensuring every client understands their legal options and the strength of their case. We will answer any questions and address your concerns before we go to work for you and at any point during the handling of your case. You can also expect:
- Protection of your right to pursue compensation
- Responsive and prompt communication
- Caring and attentive staff
- Aggressive representation throughout the process
Call our Miami personal injury lawyer today at (954) 633-8270 to discuss your case with a Miami defective drug-in an attorney. We can review your case right away.
Identifying Your Recoverable Damages in a Miami Defective Drug Case
When a dangerous or defective drug causes you to suffer additional injuries or illness, you will need to document your related injuries, expenses, and losses and put a fair value on your case. Your Miami defective drug lawyer will handle this as a part of building a case against the drug company.
Our Florida defective drug attorney team will gather evidence to prove:
- Medical care costs
- Any additional treatment-related expenses
- Any future care needs related to your injuries
- Lost wages and benefits
- Miscellaneous related expenses
- Pain and suffering
- Wrongful death damages, if your loved one lost their life because of a defective drug
Discuss Your Case With a Miami Defective Drug Attorney
A Miami defective drug lawyer from the Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato can review your case for free today. We may be able to take legal action to pursue a payout to cover your medical bills and other related damages. Let us see if you are eligible to hold the drug manufacturer liable for their defective product.
Call (954) 633-8270 now to learn more about our services or discuss your case with a member of our team.
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