Defective products can result in deadly consequences. When the product is a drug, the stakes are even higher. While Martin Jean & Jackson focus on pursuing maximum compensation for our clients, we also aim to make products safer. When defective antidepressants, diabetes medications, pain patches, and birth control are introduced on the market and drug recalls fail to remove them from pharmacies in a timely fashion, the results can be life-threatening.
FDA approval elicits trust among many consumers, but this trust is sometimes misplaced. The accelerated approval process combined with drug companies marketing directly to consumers has resulted in side effects and more serious long-term illnesses and injuries among people using a wide range of prescription medications.
The dangerous side effects and injuries caused by defective drugs include:
The Oklahoma defective drug litigation lawyers at Martin Jean & Jackson provide individualized attention to our clients, regardless of the significance of their damages. That focus has resulted in combined recoveries for more than 15,000 clients exceeding a half billion dollars.
Dangerous drug cases can involve one injury claim or mass tort litigation. Our attorneys combine 100 years of experience to take on the most complex of defective drug claims for our clients. We have four conveniently located offices in Oklahoma City, Ponca City, Stillwater, and Tulsa to assist clients throughout the state. Our lawyers charge no fees for legal services unless we recover funds for you.
Call to get compassionate counsel from the experienced attorneys at Martin Jean & Jackson. We provide defective drug litigation for clients throughout Oklahoma.
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