Drug Products Liability & Drug Recall FAQ

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Here are some of the most frequently asked questions regarding Coumadin lawsuits and other drug questions:

What are the side effects of Coumadin?

The side effects are hemorrhaging, stroke, and even paralysis. If you have further questions relating to harmful drug litigation, consult Power Rogers & Smith for further information. Our personal injury attorneys in Chicago can help you take action after you understand your situation.

What is a mass tort?

A mass tort is when multiple plaintiffs collectively pursue compensation against a single defendant responsible for an injury or damage, such as a corporation. Drug product cases are often mass torts.

What type of attorney should I look for?

Choose an attorney with experience, knowledge, a positive reputation in the community, and a track record that includes impressive case success. Work with an attorney that you personally get along with. Don't be afraid to ask for advice in your community for a good lawyer. Your attorney can make a huge difference in the outcome of your case, and it is important to make the right decision.

Should I consult a drug / products liability attorney?

Yes. A trained drug liability attorney is able to navigate the complex product and drug liability laws in order to help his or her client. Power Rogers & Smith attorneys have handled many drug liability lawsuits and can assist with any questions. The best way we can answer all of your questions and concerns is to speak to you over the phone and in person. If you have further questions relating to harmful drug litigation, consult Power Rogers & Smith for more information.