Zofran Lawsuits: Birth Defects, Settlements

By: Drug Lawsuit Source

Zofran is a medication to treat nausea. It is an FDA approved drug that blocks the actions of chemicals in the body that can trigger nausea and vomiting. It is commonly given to individuals undergoing chemotherapy for cancer, or just after surgery. It has proven to be an effective medication for this purpose. However, many doctors prescribe Zofran to pregnant women during their first trimester to reduce nausea.

Recent studies have found Zofran to cause birth defects when taken by pregnant women. These serious birth defects include cleft palate, intrauterine growth restriction, spinal and musculoskeletal problems, heart murmur, jaundice, kidney defects, and facial deformities. These complications can be devastating for both the parents and the child. Our dangerous drug lawyers are currently investigating lawsuits against the pharmaceutical company that manufactures and sells Zofran. Claims against the drug maker may include that the company failed to warn pregnant patients and their physicians of the increased risks for these serious complications.

These drug lawsuits demand compensation for your physical and psychological harm, disability, lost wages, and medical expenses. Claims for wrongful death may also be pursued by family members. To find out if you are eligible for a Zofran drug settlement contact the Drug Lawsuit Source hotline now at (866) 280-4722 for your free, no obligation case review. Our award winning lawyers will listen to your story and get started on your case immediately. There are strict time deadlines for filing claims so you need to act immediately to get your settlement.

There are absolutely no legal fees until you receive your settlement, and our legal team will pay all of the case costs and litigation expenses. It literally will cost you nothing to get started. If your case is unsuccessful for any reason at all, you owe us nothing.

Zofran Lawsuits: Birth Defects, Settlements

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