St. Louis Defective Drug Lawyers

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Serving Clients Throughout Missouri And Illinois

Modern medical technology has opened up a wide range of possibilities. We can now prevent, treat and control diseases and symptoms of diseases that were once debilitating or even fatal.

Unfortunately, it is estimated that hundreds of thousands of Americans suffer serious and sometimes fatal side effects from prescription drugs every year.

Some have postulated that prescription drugs may be more dangerous than illegal drugs, in terms of deaths caused. This does not even take into account all those who suffer adverse reactions to over-the-counter medications and “natural supplements.”

These medications are no doubt powerful when incorrectly designed and can injure or kill the consumers who need them the most. If you believe there is something wrong with a medication you have been prescribed, or a loved one has been injured due to a medication, it is important to consult with an experienced lawyer who will take the time to understand your situation and inform you of possibilities for seeking compensation by law.

Missouri Dangerous Drugs Attorneys

We are ready to take the approach that has obtained millions of dollars for injured clients in more than 30 years of practice to work on defective medication cases involving:

Vioxx, Celebrex, Pradaxa, Lexapro, Zyprexa, Bextra, Avandia, Rezulin, Ultram, Paxil, Reclast, Zoloft, Reglan, Wellbutrin, Yaz, Yasmin, Ocella, Accutane and Actos.

We are also prepared to work on cases involving incorrect prescribing of prescription drugs and/or the negligent filling of a pharmaceutical prescription.

These types of cases tend to be extremely complex. Please refer to for more information on this area of practice.

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our St. Louis defective drug attorneys, call 636-530-9199 or email The Roberts Law Firm, P.C.

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