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Have you suffered from drug injuries in Ohio?

Ohio residents who purchase pharmaceuticals have the right to expect that the products they are using have been tested and approved for safety. In some incidents, people have suffered drug injuries after using defective products. Such an injury can range from mild to tragic, with some dangerous products resulting in death to those who have used them.

At Kelley & Ferraro, LLP, our attorneys are dedicated to helping those who have suffered adverse effects from defective drugs. We are committed to guiding injured clients through the legal process of seeking accountability against those who are deemed liable in such circumstances. Our experienced trial lawyers have gone to bat in court against large pharmaceutical corporations in order to seek justice on behalf of our clients.

If you have been injured or have suffered the untimely death of an immediate family member after the use of Actos or Zofran, you may be entitled to receive compensation for damages. Medical bills, lost wages, emotional pain and suffering, and loss of consortium are among those damages commonly listed in such claims. We aggressively and effectively litigate each claim that goes to trial in order to pursue favorable settlements and verdicts for our clients.

When medicines are not adequately tested before they are released, the results can be devastating to consumers. If you or your loved ones have suffered drug injuries in Ohio and you wish to consider filing a legal claim in court, you can contact our office to schedule a free consultation. We are prepared to take your claim to court and seek a full recovery for the losses you have suffered.

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