Pennsylvania Defective Drug Lawyers
Holding Negligent Pharmaceutical Companies Accountable
Handler, Henning & Rosenberg has years of experience representing those harmed by side effects and drug interactions of over-the-counter or prescription drugs. Our team of personal injury attorneys fight for your rights to make sure you receive just compensation.
Our firm handles claims involving all types of dangerous drugs, including:
- Nexium, Prilosec & Prevacid
- Onglyza & Kombiglyze
- Opioid Addiction
- Zofran / Ondansetron
Many medications have been in the news lately as a result of recalls and warnings issued by the FDA. Harmful side effects and health risks associated with the use of prescription drugs or over-the-counter drugs often warrant these recalls and FDA warnings.
When Are Drugs Recalled?
It has become all too common for medications to be recalled due to side effects—only AFTER millions of innocent patients have taken the drug. Patients, and sometimes doctors, do not know that certain over-the-counter drugs or prescription drugs may cause dangerous drug interactions, serious health problems, or even death. If you or a loved one has suffered harmful side effects as the result of a defective or dangerous drug, you have the right to hold the manufacturer of that drug responsible for your injuries.
The following are the types of recalls the FDA may conduct:
- Class I Recall – Reasonable probability that the use of a or exposure to a drug will result in adverse health effects.
- Class II Recall – Use or exposure may cause temporary adverse side effects or potentially permanent effects.
- Class III Recall – Exposure to drug is not likely to cause adverse health issues but still warrants a recall.
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At Handler, Henning & Rosenberg, we offer clients representation rooted in nearly a century of practice. Our firm has the resources to hire top medical experts, and we have the experience necessary to represent clients against large pharmaceutical companies. We have an exceptional understanding of pharmaceutical litigation laws and can guide you through what is often a difficult time.
If you or a loved one has been injured by the harmful side effects of a defective or dangerous prescription or over-the-counter drug, please contact our law firm today. You have rights and may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. When you contact a Pennsylvania defective drug attorney at our firm, you get an expert team of legal professionals working for you. We bring on investigators, medical experts, and others to ensure we develop the most compelling claim possible on your behalf.
We operate on a contingency fee basis. Call now for a free consultation: (888) 498-3023.