A new Canadian study suggests that those at risk for brain hemorrhage or stroke might need to avoid taking a medication like Zoloft to treat depression. … Read more
Zoloft Birth Defects Center
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If you call for a free initial claim evaluation, you have no obligation whatsoever to hire RLG to represent you. If you do want RLG to stand up for you, we’ll send you an information package with a retainer agreement.
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Unfortunately, when the clock starts—and how long it will run—isn’t always clear before it’s too late. That’s why speaking to a lawyer as soon as possible is the smart thing to do.
Zoloft (sertraline) is a potent selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) that has been linked to numerous birth defects in children born to mothers who were taking the drug while pregnant.
When taken by an expectant mother in the first trimester of a pregnancy, Zoloft can cause persistent pulmonary hypertension, omphalocele, and septal defects in a baby. Taken later, it can cause respiratory problems, apnea, seizures, feeding difficulties, hypoglycemia, constant crying, and more.
Although there have yet to be any lawsuits filed, Pfizer has exposed consumers to serious risks of birth defects. Filing a lawsuit against the pharmaceutical company may be your only way to get restitution.
The first step in getting the compensation you deserve from Pfizer is finding an attorney to assist you through the process. The experienced attorneys at the Rottenstein Law Group are here to help you assert your rights.
Zoloft belongs to a new generation of antidepressants that are generally safe. Despite this, Zoloft has been linked to a number of adverse events, including unusual behavior, worsening of depression, birth defects, and sexual dysfunction.
A new study suggests that the use of Zoloft or another SSRI during pregnancy could negatively affect the development of a child’s early language skills. … Read more
Pretrial matters in the Zoloft MDL have progressed to include the scheduling of status conferences. The first will take place on October. 17, 2012. … Read more