At Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, in Columbus, Ohio, we are on the front line of this emerging area of the law. If you have been injured, you need that level of representation to secure the damages you deserve. Do not assume that the latest and greatest drug is safe. Contact us at 614-469-1400 or 800-647-7003 to schedule a free consultation if you or your loved one was put at risk by a dangerous drug.
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Earning Your Trust In Pharmaceutical Litigation
When you come to our law office after experiencing the effects of a dangerous drug, chances are we have heard about it already. Today’s latest and greatest drug or medical device can become tomorrow’s legal action over injuries or death. You trusted the manufacturer to ensure quality and safety. You trusted the FDA to investigate thoroughly prior to any approval.
While your trust in them may be shaken, you can trust that we will bring diligence and attention to detail in building your case, bringing years of experience and in-depth knowledge. Do not put such an important and complex case in the hands of a less-experienced attorney.
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Taxotere Hair Loss MDL Ordered
The Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation ordered consolidation of all Taxotere hair loss cases on October 2, 2016. The panel noted that nearly 90 cases, alleging permanent hair loss resulting for the use of the chemotherapy drug, Taxotere, have been filed...