Birmingham Harmful Drugs and Medical Devices Lawyers
Vioxx – Defibrillator Failure - Depakote Lawsuit
Drug manufacturers are trusted and bound by the law to only produce drugs for human consumption that have passed testing proving the drug fit for consumption by the majority of the population. If you have experienced ill effects from a prescription drug, contact Hollis, Wright, and Couch, P.C., Attorneys at Law, in Birmingham, Alabama, to receive a free initial consultation with an experienced dangerous drug litigation attorney.
Each attorney at Hollis, Wright, and Couch, P.C., adds quality and depth to the firm’s over 100 years of combined practice experience. One of our attorneys has extensive medical training, giving us an edge when investigating legal healthcare issues. The firm has handled many cases involving defective drugs that have seriously injured clients.
- Darvon/Darvocet: The attorneys at Hollis, Wright & Couch, P.C. are currently investigating claims involving the use of the pain reliever, propoxyphene, known as Darvon & Darvocet (which contains acetaminophen in addition to propoxyphene). If a loved one has taken either Darvon or Darvocet and experienced fatal arrhythmia/sudden cardiac death, please contact the attorneys at our firm today.
- Actos (Pioglitazone): The attorneys at Hollis, Wright & Couch, P.C. are currently investigating claims of involving the use of the Type 2 diabetic drug, Actos. Recent FDA warnings have indicated that using drugs containing pioglitazone for more than one year has been shown to increase the risk of bladder cancer. Drugs containing pioglitazone include Actos, Actoplus Met, Actoplus Met XR, and Duetact. If a loved one has taken any of these drugs containing pioglitazone and has been diagnosed with bladder cancer, please contact the attorneys at our firm today.
- Plavix: The attorneys at Hollis, Wright & Couch P.C. are currently investigating claims involving persons who have experienced strokes, gastrointestinal bleeding, cerebral bleeding, heart attacks, a rare but potentially fatal condition called Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (TTP), and other serious conditions, including death while taking the popular drug thinning medication Plavix.
- Fosamax Thigh Bone Breaks: The attorneys at Hollis, Wright & Couch P.C. are currently investigating claims involving person who have experienced unexplained femur fractures after long-term use of the drug Fosamax. The femur fractures usually occur after no apparent trauma.
- Vicks Sinex Nasal Spray: Bacteria Found in Vicks Sinex Nasal Spray. Procter & Gamble announced a recall in three countries (the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom) on November 20, 2009. The burkholderia cepacia (B. cepacia) bacteria can cause permanent injury and death especially in patients with Cystic Fibrosis.
- Depakote: Depakote, also known by its generic name, divalproex sodium, is an anti-seizure medication prescribed to people suffering from epilepsy and bi-polar disorder, as well as those suffering from migraine headaches.
- Transvaginal Mesh
- Zimmer NexGen Knee
- Serious Injury / Wrongful Death
- Defective Consumer and Household Products
- Defective Product or Vehicle
- Medical Malpractice
- Trucking and Commercial Vehicle Accidents
- Environmental and Toxic Torts
- Inadvertent Airbag Deployment in Ford F-150 and F-250 Pickup Trucks
- Stryker Femoral Stem
The attorneys of Hollis, Wright, and Couch, P.C., Attorneys at Law, are also experienced and ready to handle cases involving defective medical equipment. If you have been injured by a faulty defibrillator that has failed to defibrillate or has delivered defibrillating shocks when unnecessary, you should speak with a qualified personal injury lawyer who can guide you through the complex process of collecting compensation for these expensive injuries and medical procedures. The firm has also handled many cases involving defective breathing equipment and ventilation equipment such as CPAPs and BIPAPs.
If you have been injured by a defective drug such as Vioxx, produced by Merck, or a faulty defibrillator produced by Guidant, Medtronic, or St. Jude, contact an experienced defective drugs lawyer at Hollis, Wright, and Couch, P.C., for your free initial consultation. The firm takes all injury cases on a contingency fee basis, so you are never charged a legal fee unless you are compensated for your injuries. Evening and weekend appointments are available for your convenience, so call today.