SSRI: Zoloft Lawsuits

Numerous studies have pointed to the link between antidepressants such as Zoloft and significant birth defects in children whose mothers took the drug during pregnancy, particularly in the first trimester.

Women were not made aware of these risks and unknowingly ingested drugs that are capable of interfering with the development of a fetus. The FDA has classified Zoloft as a Category C pregnancy drug, meaning that the risk of birth defects is possible but unknown at this time. To be considered a Category C, evidence must be found that the drug has shown adverse effects to the fetus when ingested during pregnancy. One of the leading complications is congenital heart deformity, but other resulting conditions include cleft lip, cleft palate, clubbed foot, limb defects, neural tube birth defects, anal atresia, omphalocele and craniosynostosis.

Zoloft has also been linked to developmental delays such as autism.

If you or a loved one ingested Zoloft during pregnancy, resulting in a birth defect to a child, you may have a case against Pfizer.

Zoloft Lawyers — Leading The Way In Zoloft Lawsuits And Litigation

At Lee Murphy Law Firm, our attorneys are committed to fighting on behalf of individuals who should have been protected by drug companies from the potential danger and harm caused by the medications they trusted. We have the experience to face the drug companies and fight for a successful outcome.

We have led the way in SSRI drug litigation, achieving justice for individuals and families. We have been at the forefront of this litigation, and we continue to fight to see justice done.

To learn more about how we can advocate on your behalf, please contact our law firm today at 713-275-6990 or toll free at 800-215-8385.

We handle these cases on an individual basis, meaning you are not a part of a class action. In handling our claims like this, we are able to represent you as an individual and fight for the injuries that you have personally suffered. Your injuries are not the same as another person, nor should they be treated as such.

Our drug lawyers represent clients throughout the United States, including Houston, Texas, and New York and California.