From time to time, pharmaceutical drugs with dangerous and sometimes deadly side
effects enter the marketplace because their potential risks were not properly anticipated
during clinical research trials. These types of drugs are closely monitored by the
FDA (Food & Drug Administration), a governmental agency charged with protecting
the public welfare with respect to food and drug products that are made available
The FDA accomplishes this charge in a variety of ways, including, but not limited
to, issuing alerts about certain drugs, mandating the publication of warnings with
regards to certain drugs, and in some instances, initiating full recalls of certain
drugs. Whatever action the FDA deems necessary, it does not change the fact that
these types of drugs often times cause harm and/or injury to the individuals who
took them, and when these individuals look to be made whole for the damages they
have suffered, litigation often emerges as a primary course of action for most victims.
If you or someone you know has been injured by a drug, the attorneys at Sullo &
Sullo can help – please let us know about your case.
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