Tennessee Dangerous Drug Attorney

If you have experienced injuries or have lost a loved one because of a medication, contact Attorney Group for Tennessee today to learn more about your options.

We offer free, confidential, no-obligation consultations. We can answer your questions, and if you wish to pursue a claim, we can connect you with an affiliated bad drug lawyer who can assist you throughout the legal process.

Important: The time you have to pursue a claim is limited.

Call us at (615) 200-0983 today for your free case review.

See Our Full Directory

Search Lawsuits

Dangerous Drugs

From the earliest times in history, people have looked to physicians as the trusted source for medications that cure illness. Today, you go to a doctor, fill your prescription at a pharmacy and take the medication as directed. It never occurs to you the medication may cause side effects that can do more damage than good. In fact, it probably never even occurred to your physician. No doctor would willingly give his patient harmful drugs. Who is responsible then for the increased need for dangerous drug attorneys?

The FDA tests any substance that is consumed by human beings and they are considered trustworthy. Pharmaceutical companies, however, do not always provide the FDA with accurate information. They may inflate the number of patients a drug has been tried on or reduce the number of people who experienced certain side effects. Sometimes a drug is not tested long enough to know what the long-term effects are or how the medication may react in a person’s system if they have other disorders. With this false information, or simply lack of enough information, added to the pressure of pharmaceutical companies to get that drug out to the public, some drugs get approved before they are safe.

When you or a family member have become victims of one of these drugs, you may be angry and confused as to what your rights are and what you can do to help compensate for the pain, sickness or even death. You do not want to seek the services of just any lawyer; you want to find a dangerous drug attorney so you can be sure your interest is being represented by someone who specializes in the laws pertaining to your particular situation. Finding such a lawyer isn’t always easy, especially when you are in the midst of dealing with the adverse results. You need someone you can trust to guide you toward the attorney that will best meet your needs. That is where the Tennessee Attorney Group can help.

How a Tennessee Dangerous Drug Attorney Can Help

Drug makers have a duty to provide safe products. If there are risks of harm associated with their products, they also must provide adequate warnings. If a drug maker fails to fulfill this duty, it could be held liable in lawsuits for injuries that may result.

People injured by bad drugs may be eligible to recover money for:

  • Medical Expenses
  • Lost Wages
  • Pain and Suffering

The families of those who have died may be eligible to recover money for funeral expenses and the pain that comes with losing a loved one.

Top Bad Drugs

Tennessee Abilify Lawsuit

Lawsuits claim that the drug makers knew or should have known about the potential risks of compulsive gambling allegedly associated with the drug.

Learn More

Tennessee Benicar Lawsuit

Medications like Benicar are commonly prescribed to treat patients suffering from high blood pressure (also known as hypertension).

Learn More

Tennessee Nexium Lawsuit

Despite its popularity, Nexium has been associated with severe, potentially life-threatening conditions, including those affecting the kidneys.

Learn More

Tennessee Onglyza Lawsuit

Onglyza has been linked to serious side effects, including those affecting the pancreas, thyroid, and cardiovascular system.

Learn More

Tennessee Taxotere Hair Loss Lawsuit

Temporary hair loss is often a side effect of chemotherapy treatments, however, Taxotere has been associated with permanent hair loss.

Learn More

Tennessee Xarelto Lawsuit

The anticoagulant medication Xarelto has been linked to severe complications, including potentially fatal internal bleeding.

Learn More
View All Bad Drugs