Florida Dangerous Drug Attorneys
Representing Victims of Defective Drugs in Miami & Across the Nation
Over the years, many commonly-used drugs have been quickly manufactured and distributed, only to be discovered later that these same drugs cause serious health complications. It is critical to hold the manufacturers of dangerous and defective drugs responsible for their negligence and the harm that they have caused. With the help of a skilled Florida dangerous drug lawyer, you can pursue just compensation for your injuries.
In 1985, The Ferraro Law Firm was founded with the goal of building a mass tort firm that could take on major corporations and companies. Just over 30 years later, this goal has become a reality. Our firm routinely handles a variety of product liability cases and has made a name for itself in the field of dangerous drug litigation.
The Ferraro Law Firm is here to put our 30+ years of experience to work on your behalf. Call us today at (888) 554-2030.
Fighting Dangerous Drug Manufacturers for 33+ Years
Our firm is not afraid to take on large companies and drug manufacturers. Since 1985, our experience in dealing with numerous companies has enabled us to compile an extensive database of information about different products these companies put on the market that are harmful to clients.
We have capably handled cases involving these dangerous drugs:
- Darvon / Darvocet
- Ortho Evra Patch
- Propecia / Proscar
- Que She
- Yaz, Yasmin, Ocella
In each of our dangerous drug cases, we treat the client as an individual. We know that your injury and your circumstances are unique, which is why we tailor-fit a case to meet your needs.
Who May Be Liable for My Injuries?
The liability for a dangerous drug depends on the individual facts of your case. If the defect is in the design, development or manufacturing of a particular drug, the manufacturer may be liable.
Doctors may be found liable for off-labeling, using a drug for non-FDA-approved purposes. Although this practice is legal, liability can be proven if the doctor prescribed incorrect dosage, used contradictory medications, or failed to warn the patient of risks associated with the unapproved treatment.
Pharmacists must warn customers of potential dangers associated with their prescription before dispensing medications; a failure to do so may give rise to liability. A pharmacist may also be liable for practices incorrectly labeling a drug, dispensing the wrong dosage or providing insufficient instructions.
If you feel you have been injured by a dangerous drug, a negligent doctor or a pharmacist error, contact one of our attorneys to determine whether you may have a claim.
Frequently Asked Questions
Looking for answers about your dangerous drug case? Our firm is ready to help.
How Can I Find Out if a Medication I’ve Been Prescribed Is Dangerous?
Always ask your physician questions have about the medications he or she prescribes you. You should also ask your pharmacist about any possible risks and instructions on how to take your medications. If you are already taking a medication and would like to make sure it is still safe, check with the FDA or MedWatch for updates on dangerous drugs.
Why Do I Need a Lawyer for a Dangerous Drugs Claim?
Because of the complicated issues involved in dangerous drug claims, evaluating your case with an experienced lawyer is the best start. Our attorneys have extensive experience in drug law and can help you fight for appropriate compensation whether your injury was caused by a defect in the drug, a pharmacy error, or a doctor's mistake.
How Do I Pay for Legal Assistance in My Defective Drug Claim?
The Ferraro Law Firm handles all defective drug and other injury claims on a contingency fee basis, meaning that the client isn’t obligated to pay any legal fees unless our firm wins their case.
Set Up a Free Consultation Award-Winning Law Firm
Since our founding, our Florida defective drug lawyers have obtained over $1 billion on behalf of our clients. We are committed to providing aggressive representation and standing up for our clients' rights-especially for clients who have been badly injured by defective drugs. We operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning that our clients don't pay a single legal fee unless we obtain compensation on their behalf.
Don't hesitate to get in touch with our firm. Call (888) 554-2030 to begin a completely free consultation!