Defective Drug Lawyer
One of the best ways of determining if you have a case is knowing who was at-fault. With defective drug cases, often the FDA will release a recall warning demonstrating the pharmaceutical company was at-fault. In other cases, it can be a little more challenging to know. Because each drug case is so different, speaking with an attorney will be the best way to know if you have a case. Your attorney will examine your case and let you know if it is worth pursuing.
Giving a specific timeline regarding individual cases is hard. The legal process largely depends upon the severity of your injuries and side effects. It wouldn’t be in your best interest to reach a settlement if you still have future medical treatments for your injuries. We want to ensure that you are compensated for all of your injuries.
You will not have to pay anything up front. The Advocates Law works on contingency meaning we only get paid if we help you reach a settlement. Our fees are a percentage of the overall total of the compensation you receive.