Defective and Dangerous Drug Injury

Have you, or has a loved one, suffered from an adverse prescription drug reaction? Do you have recurring pain and disability as a result of hip or other joint replacement surgery? Have you had Transvaginal Mesh placed in your body as a result of a hysterectomy?

Did you know that prescription errors and adverse drug reactions cause over 100,000 premature deaths a year in the United States? Doug Cloud has successfully represented victims of adverse prescription drug reactions. He also represents those injured by defective medical device products. Doug is currently accepting prescription drug and medical device cases for the following products:

  • Birth Defects, Cognitive Problems, Autism, Asperger’s and Autism Spectrum Disorders in children whose mothers took a valproate medication during pregnancy, such as Depacon®, Depakote®, Depakote CP®, Depakote ER®, Depakene® and Stavzor®;
  • Diabetes in women who took Lipitor®, (generically known as Atorvastatin), which is used to help manage high cholesterol;
  • Liver Damage after taking Tylenol®;
  • Hip replacement/complication cases in patients who received a DePuy ASR®, Stryker®, Biomet® or other Metal-on Metal hip replacement;
  • Bladder cancer cases in patients who took Actos®, a diabetes drug;
  • Bleed cases in patients who took Pradaxa®, a blood thinner;
  • Birth Defects in children whose mothers took a SSRI (such as Prozac®, Zoloft®, Lexapro®, Celexa®, etc.), typically prescribed for depression;
  • Complications resulting from the use of Mirena®, an intrauterine birth control device (IUD); and
  • Death while on kidney dialysis and/or patients who may have received GranuFlo® or Naturalyte® during dialysis.
  • Yaz, Yasmin and Ocella birth control pills—linked to deep vein thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary embolism (PE), blood clots, strokes and other serious medical conditions and made by the Bayer Corporation.
  • Pradaxa blood thinners—made by Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and connected to internal and excessive bleeding.
  • Transvaginal mesh implants—intended to treat the prolapse of pelvic organs but are reportedly failing.

Many of the drugs and medical devices listed above have documented histories of serious, sometimes fatal complications. In some cases, the manufacturer’s of these products have paid or plan to pay billions of dollars to those who have been harmed by their defective products. Don’t hesitate to contact our office for a free consultation regarding any of the prescription drugs or medical devices listed above.