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November 25, 2020

Who’s Responsible for Defective Drug Injuries?

Your medication should help you live a healthier, fuller life. Unfortunately, your medication may not always work like it’s supposed to. You may have only gotten sicker because of your medication.

Now, you need compensation for your losses, but who’s responsible for defective drug injuries?

If you’re not sure who’s at fault for your injuries, reach out to the lawyers at Kohan & Bablove LLP. Our lawyers can help you identify the at-fault party to get compensated fairly.

Faulty Medication

Sometimes, the medication itself isn’t safe for use. Medication can be contaminated or mixed incorrectly, hurting your health in serious ways.

In these cases, your defective drug lawyer in Orange County can help you gather evidence and pinpoint the group responsible for the defective medication. Often, fault falls on the manufacturer in these cases. They’re supposed to ensure medicine is safe for use before being sold to the public. If they fail to make a safe product, they can be responsible for the losses you’ve suffered.

Incorrect Prescriptions

Sometimes, there was nothing wrong with the medication—the problem may be that you shouldn’t have taken it, or shouldn’t have taken it in that dose. Your doctor or pharmacist may have carelessly prescribed the wrong dose, ignored an allergy or restriction, or may have simply given you the wrong medication.

If you got sicker because they failed to check your medication and treat your condition with care, you may have grounds for a lawsuit. Your lawyer can help you file a claim against their hospital, pharmacy, or doctor group.

Talk to Your Defective Drug Lawyer for Help

Proving fault in a drug defect claim isn’t always easy. You may be unable to answer questions like, “Who’s responsible for defective drug injuries?” without help. Luckily, you have help from the lawyers at Kohan & Bablove LLP. Reach out for a free consultation with our lawyers by calling 1-844-404-2400 or by filling out the online contact form below.