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Billions of prescription drugs and supplements have been sold in the United States. With this amount of drugs and supplements in circulation, regulation is crucial to protect the public, especially since it is estimated that 5 percent of hospital admissions — over one million per year — are the result of negative drug reactions, and about 200,000 Americans die from drug-related adverse reactions each year.

If you or someone close to you has suffered due to a dangerous or defective drug, the attorneys at the Finz firm are here for you. The firm has successfully handled numerous pharmaceutical liability lawsuits for clients throughout New York and nationwide. The Finz firm lawyers can help you pursue compensation for your medical bills, wage loss, pain and suffering and other hardships you have endured due to a dangerous drug.

Contact the Finz firm today by telephone at (855) TOP-FIRM or by filling out the Free Defective Drug Case Evaluation form now, and an experienced New York defective drug lawyer will review your case without any cost to you.

Defective Drug Lawsuits

MedWatch, an organization operated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), investigates and regulates the safety of today's drugs. However, reporting of adverse drug reactions is voluntary and doctors do not always report all symptoms or incidents to the FDA.

Although pharmaceutical companies perform clinical trials and tests on prescription drugs before they are approved by the FDA, many drugs can cause serious injuries and even death. Often, pharmaceutical companies aggressively market their drugs without adequate testing and despite their knowledge of the adverse side effects the drug may cause.

The Finz firm attorneys handle a wide range of defective drug lawsuits.

According to findings published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 51 percent of drugs that were initially approved by the FDA had major adverse effects that were not disclosed or detected until after the general public used them. In many cases, FDA-approved drugs are recalled due to reports of death or serious adverse effects by users.

Contact a New York Drug Recall Attorney

If you, a family member or a friend has suffered an injury or illness as a result of taking a defective drug or supplement, call an experienced New York defective drug attorney at Finz & Finz, P.C., now toll free at (855) TOP-FIRM to speak with a defective drug litigation lawyer or simply fill out the Free Case Evaluation form.

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