Drug Injury

Injured After Taking a Drug? Joe & Martin Injury Attorneys Can Help.

Drugs class action lawsuit

Every year, new medications capture the public’s attention promising to improve the quality of life for their prescribed users. Yet months or years later, many of these drugs make headlines again following an FDA recall or reports of innocent people being harmed. When a drug causes you more harm than good, Joe & Martin Injury Attorneys wants to help you.

“Reuters states that between 2004 and 2011, researchers counted more than 1,700 drug recalls listed in the FDA’s enforcement reports.”

We believe pharmaceutical companies and other responsible parties must be held accountable when their medications injure the public. If you have been injured by a drug, talk to a drug injury lawyer from Joe & Martin Injury Attorneys today.

What Causes Drug Injuries?

Drug injuries can result from:

  • Contamination or a defect in the manufacturing process
  • Harmful interactions with other prescription medications
  • Inadequate warning labels or documentation
  • and more

No matter how you were injured, the legal issues surrounding a drug injury can be complex. The drug injury attorneys at Joe & Martin Injury Attorneys will get to know you to help ensure your rights to collect compensation are protected—so you can focus on getting your life back to normal.

Experience Helping Drug Injury Victims

After a drug injury, victims are often left with medical bills, lost wages, and lingering pain and suffering. If you’re suffering from a drug injury, our legal team will help answer your questions and address your concerns as we build a strong claim on your behalf.

At Joe & Martin Injury Attorneys, we have years of experience helping drug injury victims in Myrtle Beach and Charleston get the compensation they deserve. We also serve clients in the Murrells Inlet and Conway. Contact us today, and let us fight for your rights. Call us at 843-357-8000 or fill out our free initial consultation form 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.