Maryland Pharmaceutical Liability Lawyer
Injured by an unsafe medication?
Each year in the United States, thousands of people suffer injuries and illnesses after using pharmaceutical products, including over-the-counter drugs, prescription medications and other products used in the therapeutic treatment of patients. If you or a loved one has experienced an adverse drug reaction or suffered a serious injury or illness after using a pharmaceutical product, our Maryland personal injury lawyers are here to help you hold pharmaceutical companies liable for the damages you suffered.
Regardless of the medication or pharmaceutical product involved in your case, we encourage you to reach out to our firm and schedule a free case evaluation to learn more about pursuing a claim.
Defective Drugs and Corporate Litigation
Prescription medications and pharmaceutical products are not without their risks and potential dangers. These medications are produced by a multi-billion-dollar industry that is steeped in competition. As a result, pharmaceutical companies often neglect extensive testing in order to push their products out onto the market as quickly as possible. As evidenced by the amount of drug recalls and injuries that occur each year, this practice is extremely dangerous.
By integrating our experiences in handling product liability cases and in litigating even the most complex and high-stakes corporate liability cases, our legal team is able to effectively stand up against large pharmaceutical companies that make unsafe medications and products available to the public. Our attorneys can fully evaluate your case to determine how we can help.
Contact The Law Offices of Peter Angelos, P.C. Today
The Law Offices of Peter Angelos, P.C. is prepared to help victims and families who have been harmed by pharmaceutical companies recover the compensation they deserve. To learn more about your case, contact us for a free consultation.
Our legal team is prepared to represent victims injured by a variety of unsafe medications, drugs, and supplements, which in the past has included:
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