Drug & Medical Device Attorneys in St. Louis
Over $1 Billion Recovered for Clients Across the Nation
When the Risks Outweigh the Benefit
Before a drug or device is released to the market, it must be cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). However, in some cases, devices can be released without testing as long as it is “sufficiently similar” to another product. The FDA must be satisfied that the benefit of the drug or device’s intended user outweighs its risk.
However, due to the enormous profits that many drugs promise to pharmaceutical companies, testing may not be as thorough or stringent as possible. Many of the drugs that have been involved in litigation recently were not extensively tested. For example, Zofran was once marketed to pregnant women—despite never testing its effects on unborn children.
Choose Seasoned Litigators with a History of Results
When it comes to measuring risk vs. benefit in court, your attorney will need to be experienced in handling complex, multi-layered litigation. At The Simon Law Firm, P.C. we use a vast network of medical experts in order to build the strongest case possible.
Why choose Simon Law?
If you or a loved one was harmed due to a drug or medical device’s effects, speak with the St. Louis medical device injury attorneys at The Simon Law Firm, P.C. We have decades of experience handling complex product liability and medical malpractice cases for patients nationwide. Our St. Louis-based legal team can represent you aggressively and effectively, fighting for the resources you need to recover from your injuries.
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How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?
One of the most important you things you need to know if you’ve been injured in an accident is how much time you have to file a claim. In the state of Missouri, the statute of limitations for filing an injury claim is five years from the date the injury occurred.
In some cases, where the affects of the injury do not reveal themselves right away, the court may allow you to substitute the date of discover for the start of the statute of limitations. This is to give the person filing the claim ample time to pursue compensation no matter the circumstances.
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We understand that this can be a very intimidating time. That is why our St. Louis personal injury lawyers are here to guide you. We evaluate your case with the insight and direction you need. While we understand that money cannot truly compensate you for the injuries you or a loved one has suffered, we fight to obtain the financial recovery you need to pay your bills and move forward.
At The Simon Law Firm, P.C., we handle cases on a contingency fee basis. That means we receive a fee only if we are successful in recovering an award for you. There is no risk in hiring our firm, so call now to get started