Danville False Claims Attorneys
The pharmaceutical industry is based a lot on expertise and knowledge about different kinds of drugs, but it’s also an industry that involves a significant amount of trust on the part of consumers. When pharmaceutical companies make false claims about the active or inactive ingredients in their products, they are violating the trust that consumers place in them and can cause consumers serious health problems. However, if a pharmaceutical company makes a false claim and it affects a consumer, the company might be sued for legal compensation.
In product liability cases involving false claims, an affected consumer can often obtain monetary recourse for injuries or illnesses sustained due to a manufacturer’s false claim. Contact an experienced Danville false claims attorney of Spiros Law, P.C., today by calling us at (217) 443-4343.
Dangers of Making a False Claim
If a drug company suggests that its products function in a particular way or are catered to treat a specific condition, but they don’t do so, consumers could suffer from a number of different repercussions. Some of the more dangerous effects of false claims might involve:
- Developing a dependence on a drug
- Exacerbating a current condition
- Development of a new condition
The side effects are not always the result of a false claim however. For a side effect or act of negligence to be deemed a false claim, it must meet several qualifications. Some examples of a false claim include:
- Not including important health information on a label
- Not including warnings of mixing the drug with other drugs
- Not including appropriate dosage amounts
If you have suffered in any way from these or other false claims made by a pharmaceutical company, you might be eligible for financial compensation.
If you or someone you know has been injured or negatively affected by a false claim, contact an experienced Danville false claim attorney of Spiros Law, P.C., today by calling our office at (217) 443-4343. Our team is devoted to helping people, like you, who have suffered injustices from pharmaceutical companies.