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Zoloft Lawsuits

Zoloft Lawsuits

The popular anti-depressant drug medication known as Zoloft has been recently linked to birth defects, if taken while a mother is pregnant. For many years, Zoloft was widely prescribed to patient's suffering from depression throughout the United States and abroad.

Birth defects linked to the dangerous drug Zoloft are as follows: pulmonary hypertension, anal atresia, club foot, congenital heart defects, and craniosynostosis.

If you took Zoloft during your pregnancy and your child has a birth defect, you need to immediately call The Doan Law Firm. Our Houston personal injury attorneys have many years of experience fighting such drug companies. We are located at 1 Riverway, Suite 2055, Houston, Texas. Don't hesitate to contact us today at (800) 349-0000.


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  1. After an accident, the responsible party's insurance company may try to reduce the claim amount. Commonly, insurance adjusters are trained to get information from the injured to assist in reducing the claim. Though some insurers are less guilty of this practice than others, it is important to realize that insurance companies are profit-oriented corporations and reducing claims results in increased profits for shareholders. This can create a situation for the injured in which they are offered a settlement that does not truly reflect the damages suffered. If you accept this settlement, you lose the ability to get more money should your injuries require further medical treatments. It is critical that victims get legal assistance in any personal injury case, and The Doan Law Firm is prepared to fight relentlessly for your rights.
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