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Zoloft, a product of pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, Inc., is an antidepressant belonging to a group of medications known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, also called SSRIs. Zoloft has been linked to:
Numerous defective drug lawsuits have been filed by individuals seeking to recover damages for injuries ranging from suicide to painful withdrawal symptoms due to Zoloft use. Additional lawsuits are expected related to PPH in newborn infants since this side effect has recently been discovered.
Although it has been proven that Pfizer was aware of these risks as early as 1996 and resisted the FDA’s attempts to add additional warnings to the drug, it took more than ten years for the FDA to enforce more stringent warnings on SSRIs such as Zoloft.
In the meantime, injuries and deaths have occurred, resulting in numerous lawsuits under personal injury or wrongful death laws, depending on the victim’s circumstances. Damages in these cases seek to compensate the victim for:
Victims may also seek damages for pain and suffering for such losses as:
Placing a dollar amount on pain and suffering losses is difficult; however, the experienced personal injury and wrongful death attorneys at Jacoby & Meyers have a great deal of experience in these areas, and our thorough understanding of the law will ensure you are fully compensated.
If you or a loved one has suffered serious side effects from Zoloft use, you may be entitled to file suit for your injuries. Please contact our defective drug lawyers today to schedule your free, no cost consultation. Jacoby & Meyers has offices nationwide.
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