When an individual has been injured or killed from taking prescription medication or over-the-counter drugs, a drug
injury lawsuit may be possible. The injury sustained can be a condition brought on by a serious
reaction, side effect, or even death. To be eligible for a drug injury case, the injury sustained
must have been a preventable injury had someone, such as a drug manufacturer, physician, or pharmacist, made a better move.
Before any medication ever reached the market for sale, it must be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). However,
sometimes defective medicines find their way through the system, reach the masses, and harm hundreds or people. Other times, the issue lies in the hands of improper or unclear warning labels or
instructions that later cause harm. It's also possible the
incident causing injury occurred at the pharmacy: medications were improperly handled, bottles were mislabeled, and so on.
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