Hurt by a Dangerous Drug in Orange County?

We Can Help You Exercise Your Rights as a Consumer

Modern medicine has produced some amazing products that have helped us to better cope with difficult medical conditions. Whether you're recovering from surgery or dealing with a minor aliment, pharmaceutical drugs can provide you with relief. However, when drug manufacturers fail to keep their facilities clean, follow standard safety procedures or adequately test their products before releasing them onto the market, people can get hurt. If you have been hurt by a dangerous drug, we ask you to contact an Orange County personal injury lawyers from our firm to discuss your options.

We fully support those who have been injured by defective products and will fight relentlessly on your behalf to see justice served. We are constantly available to answer your questions and will consult with you throughout the process so that you're well informed about your case and its progress. Having secured more than $50 million in compensation for our clients over the last several decades, we are proud to say that we are members of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®. This means that you can trust in Cohn & Swartzon, P.C. to fight for the damages that you deserve.

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Hold the Pharmaceutical Company Accountable

Being injured by a company's negligence is never something that should go unpunished. Not only do you have to deal with an incredible amount of pain and suffering, but you may also experience financial losses. Obtaining medical care for complications that have arisen from faulty drugs can cost thousands of dollars and require ongoing treatment. You may also be forced to take a leave of absence from work. Taking legal action against a company on the basis of negligence is a complicated procedure, which is why you should seek counsel from an injury lawyer in Orange County.

We can help you to prove that the pharmaceutical company:

  • Failed to adequately test the drug for adverse side effects
  • Failed to warn consumers about adverse reactions and risks
  • Failed to accurately represent the effectiveness of the drug
  • Altered the manufacturing process after receiving FDA approval
  • Intentionally or directly marketed the drug for off-label uses
  • Failed to recall a drug that is known to be dangerous

How do dangerous drugs make their way onto the market?

Although the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) must approve all drugs before they are released onto the market, this hasn't stopped pharmaceutical companies from cutting corners. Most companies are in a rush to release their products and start turning a profit, which means that fewer clinical trials are being conducted and less information about known side effects is being reported to the FDA when going through the approval process. In turn, drugs that have not been adequately tested or properly manufactured are continually being prescribed to patients across the country.

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If you were harmed by a dangerous drug, it's time to take action against the parties responsible. With the help of an Orange County injury attorney from Cohn & Swartzon, P.C., you can fight to secure the damages that you deserve. Our firm has been representing wrongfully injured victims for more than three decades combined – which has helped us to secure an AV® rating from Martindale-Hubbell® and inclusion on the coveted Super Lawyers® list – so you can rest easier knowing that your case is in the right hands. There is never a fee unless we recover compensation on your behalf, so you would have nothing to lose by setting up a free initial consultation with our firm today!

Contact Cohn & Swartzon, P.C. today by filling out a free case evaluation form online.

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