Drug injury is a cause of death to nearly 100,000 people in the United States as a result of the side-effects of drugs prescribed by doctors. Prescription drugs must be approved by the FDA before sold to the U. S. public. Medical doctors, however, are authorized to prescribe these drugs for what is called off-label use for purposes not intended or approved by the FDA.
Off-label Drug Injury Cases
Drug injuries from intended or off-label use can be devastating. The handling of these claims calls for knowledgeable and aggressive representation. If you have been injured as a result of the improper prescription of a drug you need a drug injury lawyer on your side Brien Roche, a Fairfax, Va. and D.C. area attorney, has more than 35 years in personal injury and medical malpractice law and has garnered substantial compensation for his clients.
Experienced Drug Injury Litigation
Drug injury litigation is taken seriously b the pharmaceutical companies and is hard fought by them and by the physicians who are on their payroll as is true of many doctors who prescribe medication based on their allegiance with the drug industry and not necessarily based on patient need.
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