It's frightening to consider how common defective drugs are in the market today. Pharmaceutical companies are rushing to fill shelves with drugs that do more harm than good. They often don't get the same testing as regular over-the-counter drugs, and aren't held to the same safety standards.
As a result, thousands of people suffer injuries from taking these hazardous products without knowing it. People need to be informed about these defective drugs in order to protect themselves. By doing extensive research before buying any type of medication and being aware of potential side effects and reactions, people can stay safe from these dangerous products.
Recalled Over-The-Counter Drugs
Unfortunately, over-the-counter (OTC) drugs sometimes have to be recalled by their manufacturers due to safety issues. This is why it's imperative for people to understand the associated risks and side effects of any medications they take or give to their children, in order to keep them safe at all times.
Recalled OTC drugs may contain allergens, chemicals, or other ingredients that can potentially cause harm or even death if used improperly. It's important to always read the label before taking a medication and heed any warnings provided. Furthermore, consumers should stay aware of any OTC drug recalls announced by the FDA so they know not to use them.
Taking these precautions ensures that individuals are protected from harm or illness caused by recalled drugs.
What Happens If You Suffer Damage Because of a Defective Drug?
Consumers often rely on drug manufacturers to keep them safe from harm. When a medication turns out to be defective and an individual suffers because of it, the consequences can be dire. Depending on the circumstances, victims of a defective drug may have to grapple with serious, long-term health problems affecting their day-to-day life.
They may also find themselves in financial difficulty due to hefty medical bills or having to take time off from work due to their condition. Thankfully, options exist for recovering damages when someone is injured by a defective drug. With proper legal representation, affected individuals can seek justice and receive the compensation they deserve.
Call Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C. today at (844) 383-0565!