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Chicago Adverse Reactions Attorneys
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Some medications have been known to cause adverse reactions in patients. Doctors, pharmacists and drug manufacturers have an obligation to ensure that the drugs they are delivering to patients are safe and when a patient is injured as a result of an adverse drug reaction caused by the negligence of a doctor, nurse or other medical professional, he or she may be entitled to compensation for the injuries suffered through a medical malpractice lawsuit.
The Chicago adverse reaction malpractice attorneys at Ankin Law Offices, LLC have significant experience representing the victims of medical malpractice resulting in an adverse drug reaction and drug interactions and we can advise you of your legal rights and remedies.
Types of Drugs Known to Cause Adverse Reactions
The following medications have been known to cause adverse reactions in some patients.
- Oral Sodium Phosphate (OSP)
- Birth control/contraceptives: Ortho Evra Patch, NuvaRing, Yasmin (Yaz)
- Antidepressants: Paxil and Prozac
How Ankin Law Offices Can Help You Recover Following an Adverse Drug Reaction
The Chicago medical malpractice attorneys at Ankin Law Offices have significant experience with the types of liability that might be imposed as a result of an adverse drug reaction, including medical malpractice and product liability claims. We are well-versed in the legal requirements of these causes of action and know how to proceed in order to protect your legal rights and remedies.
If you or a loved one has been affected by an adverse drug reaction, contact the Chicago medical malpractice law firm of Ankin Law Offices, LLC at (800) 442-6546 to discuss a possible medical malpractice claim due to the adverse drug reaction.
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