St. Louis Birth Defects Attorneys
When taking medication, individuals expect to have their illness, disease or other condition improve. What people do not expect is that negative side effects can permanently change their lives. Unfortunately, drug companies can take short cuts that save them money, but cost you more than these businesses can imagine. If you have taken medication that has caused birth defects in your child, our litigation attorneys at The Roberts Law Firm P.C. know how to help.
Do you have questions regarding birth defects caused by a certain medication? If so, do not hesitate to contact our Missouri law firm online. We have consulted with numerous clients through their birth injury claims, and we have the skills required to assist you as well.
The Side Effects of Harmful Medications | A Missouri Lawyer Can Help
When companies manufacture dangerous medications that injure your child, they need to be held accountable for their actions. At our St. Louis area law firm, we have dealt with all types of injuries and birth defects. From skeletal issues and bone formation problems to neural tube, heart and cleft lip or cleft palate concerns, we have helped clients through them all.
Our compassionate and understanding team takes the time to listen to your side of the story and gather all the information necessary to develop a solid plan that is designed to meet your goals. We will explain all of your options to you and help you decide which one protects your family the most.
Experience Handling All Types of Drugs and the Injuries They Can Cause
There are many drugs that can be linked to birth defects, including:
No matter what prescription drug or other medication injured your child, we will fight to ensure your rights are protected.
Contact a St. Louis Attorney Regarding Your Birth Injury Lawsuit
Call us at 636-530-9199 or toll free at 866-585-4570, to have an attorney assist with your birth defect claims. You may also contact The Roberts Law Firm P.C. online for guidance with your drug litigation concerns.