Experienced D.C. Drug Liability Attorney Helps Victims Pursue Compensation
Lawyers assisting when you have been harmed by prescription drugs
You assume the medication that your doctor has prescribed, and that has been approved by the FDA, will benefit you or, at worst, be harmless. If that drug does injure you, you might have a right to compensation. The Law Offices of John Lopatto in Washington, D.C. is experienced with products liability cases involving prescription drugs, and can help you recover the compensation you need to regain your health.
Counselor providing knowledgeable advice on the strict liability standard for pharmaceuticals
The legal doctrine of strict liability allows an injured person to recover compensation from a drug manufacturer even without proving that the company acted negligently. Through meticulous discovery, I focus on proving the primary issue, that a drug was dangerous and it harmed you.
Attorney seeking recovery when drug manufacturers fail in their duties
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sets strict standards and practices for drug manufacturers. Pharmaceutical manufacturers are required to test the effectiveness and safety of the drugs they produce. Pharmaceutical manufacturers also have a duty to label products in accordance with FDA regulations and to warn you about known side effects. I thoroughly investigate your case to uncover compliance lapses by pharmaceutical companies.
An advocate protecting your rights against large corporations
The Law Offices of John Lopatto has the resources and skills to defend your rights against big drug companies. I have built strong relationships with a team of qualified medical experts who assist me with your case. I thoroughly investigate each case to plan the most effective strategy and then methodically execute to obtain the best possible outcome for you.
Contact an experienced D.C.-area products liability lawyer
Call the Law Offices of John Lopatto at 202-899-5873 or contact me online to schedule a consultation at my Washington, D.C. office.