Defective Medications and Dangerous Drugs Can Cause Serious Health Problems and Death by Texas Dangerous Medication Lawyer and Texas Deadly Drug Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

Dangerous drug claims and defective drug claims are becoming more common as pharmaceutical companies continue to produce, market, and sell drugs that they know cause devastating health problems. Defective drug claims include Avandia claims, Vioxx claims, Ketek claims, Trasylol claims, Zyprexa claims, Antidepressant (SSRI) drug claims, and other defective medication claims. Defective and dangerous drugs can cause devastating health problems or even death.

If you or a loved one have been injured by a dangerous drug or defective medication, feel free to submit an inquiry or send an e-mail to Texas defective medication lawyer Jason Coomer. He is a Texas defective product lawyer and may be able to help you recover your damages.

Defective Medication Claims and Dangerous Drug Claims

Medications can be extremely beneficial, but when they are used incorrectly, marketed for the wrong purpose, or dangerous side effects are hidden, defective drugs can cause serious problems and catastrophic damages.

In our modern society, the pharmaceutical companies have become extremely rich and powerful. This pooling of resources into the pharmaceutical companies allows these large corporations to spend billions of dollars on developing new drugs. The problem arises when after a substantial investment in a new drug, research shows that the drug is unsafe or has dangerous side effects. Because of the substantial investment in the drug and the fact that many people's careers depend on the success of the drug, some pharmaceutical companies bury the negative research and market the drug regardless of the damages that it may cause. In doing so, these drug companies can cause devastating health problems and death to those that are given their dangerous drug.

Defective drug claims fall into product liability law. Product Liability claims that stem from defective medications can be extremely complicated and expensive to develop. Many of these defective medication claims have aspects of medicine, science, evidence, and law to investigate, examine, and prove. To do this it is common to hire multiple experts to prove that a medication is defective and that it caused harm to a particular person or particular group of people. For this reason many defective medication claims require severe damages and/or multiple injured parties to be viable.

Even when a dangerous medication has caused serious damages, it can be quite a fight to prove that a medication is defective. Fighting through industry produced research and discovering hidden adverse research can be difficult. This is because the product's manufacturer has typically invested a significant amount of money in designing the product, manufacturing the product, and marketing the product. For some dangerous drugs billions of dollars have been invested in designing, manufacturing, marketing, and distributing the defective drug. As such, everyone in the production and distribution lines have a stake in disproving that the medication is defective or dangerous.

Texas defective medication and dangerous drug lawyer, Jason S. Coomer, helps individuals and their families that have been injured or damaged by defective medications and dangerous drugs. Because of the size, complexity, and expense of most product liability claims, Jason Coomer commonly works with other defective medication lawyers across the United States as well as around the World to prosecute product liability claims. He has worked with San Antonio defective medication Lawyers, Boston dangerous drug Lawyers, Houston defective medication Lawyers, London defective product Lawyers, and several other defective product lawyers. If you have a question about a defective product and need a defective medication Lawyer or a dangerous drug to advise you, contact Austin Texas product liability lawyer Jason Coomer.

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