Drug Injury Lawyers
Representing Victims of Dangerous Prescription & OTC Drugs
Prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs serve many purposes. They fight infection, provide much-needed pain relief, lower stroke risks, and manage diabetes. They even save lives. Unfortunately, some drugs do more harm than good. If they are not tested properly, are marketed for off-label uses, or are otherwise defective, they can leave countless patients and consumers suffering the effects.
Cullan & Cullan is committed to representing clients across Arizona who have suffered harm from defective and dangerous drugs. Our Phoenix drug injury attorneys will not hesitate to hold drug companies accountable for their misconduct, negligence, or intentional wrongdoing. They may have teams of attorneys to counter lawsuits, but we have the resources and knowledge to take on even the most formidable opponents.
To learn more about your rights, call (602) 900-9483. Your consultation is free and confidential.
Side Effects Linked to Dangerous Drugs
Through the years, drugs have been linked to side effects that range from mildly inconvenient to fatal. Serious side effects can cause irreversible damage to the body, requiring medical attention and forever changing a patient’s life. Some side effects claim lives by causing medical conditions like cancer, which have no cure.
Our Phoenix drug injury lawyers handle cases involving such side effects as:
- Birth defects
- Suicidal tendencies and thoughts
- Kidney damage
- Liver failure
- Uncontrolled bleeding
- Heart failure
- Stroke and heart attack
Drug injury lawsuits are complex and involve powerful opponents. Put a team on your side that has lawyers who are also medical doctors and can actually understand both the medical and legal implications of your case. Choose Cullan & Cullan and put all of our resources on your side as we seek justice on your behalf. In these cases, we often work with other firms to provide the highest quality counsel across the U.S.
Contact our offices at (602) 900-9483 today to schedule your free case review.