Ohio Product Safety Lawyer & Drug Defect Recalls
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Ohio Product Safety Lawyer & Drug Defect Recalls

Cincinnati pharmaceutical injury attorney and Ohio Product Safety Lawyer reviews defective drug recalls nationwide and represents plaintiffs nationwide


Each year, hundreds of new drugs and dietary supplements are sold to the American public with approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Some drug companies, however, fail to properly test their products before they are prescribed by doctors and consumed by patients over-the-counter.

When drug companies are negligent in releasing contaminated or dangerous products and fail to warn doctors and patients, they may be held liable by injured plaintiffs and your Ohio product safety lawyer in product liability lawsuits. Settlements can be sought and compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering and long-term disability can be sizable.

Contaminated and unsafe drugs end up leading to severe side effects and complications that drug companies may or may not have known about, resulting in warnings and product recalls. Consumers end up injured or ill and pharmaceutical companies may be liable for subsequent damages and personal injury and product liability lawsuits filed by an Ohio product safety lawyer.

Joe Lyon is an experienced Cincinnati pharmaceutical recall attorney and Ohio product safety lawyer represents injured plaintiffs nationwide in a wide variety of toxic tort and drug injury lawsuits.


2018 Prescription Drug Recalls

  • BioLyte Laboratories recalled NeoRelief due to possible microbial contamination
  • Pharm D Solutions recalled compounded drugs due to lack of Sterility Assurance
  • SCA Pharmaceuticals recalled Furosemide 100 mg due to contamination
  • Beaumont Bio Med Homeopathic recalled Homeopathic oral sprays due to microbial contamination
  • Camber Pharmaceuticals recalled Losartan Tablets due to impurities
  • CyPass recalled their Micro-Stent due to significant endothelial cell loss
  • Accord recalled Hydrochlorothiazide Tablets due to labeling mix-up
  • Pfizer recalled Children’s Advil—Ibuprofen Oral Suspension because dosage cup has incorrect measurement markings
  • Torrent Pharmaceuticals Limited recalled Valsartan tablets due to impurity detected. May contain the probable carcinogen Nnitrosodimethylamine (NDMA)
  • Westminster Pharmaceuticals recalled Levothyroxine and Liothyronine due to risk of Adulteration
  • Product Quest Manufacturing recalled 12 Hour Sinus Relief Nasal Mist due to Pseudomonas aeruginosa contamination
  • Ranier’s RX Laboratory recalled compounded drug products due to sterility concerns
  • Fagron Sterile Services recalled mislabeled Neostigmine Methylsulfate 5 mL Syringes
  • Hospira recalled Daptomycin for Injection 500 mg, Lyophilized Powder For Solution for causing Infusion Reactions
  • Gaia Ethnobotanical recalled Kratom Products for potential Salmonella contamination
  • Apotex recalled Fluticasone Propionate Nasal Spray which may contain small glass particles
  • AuroMedics Pharma recalled Piperacillin and Tazobactam for injection because of the presence of glass particulates

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Contact an Ohio Product Safety Lawyer

Drug and medication recalls are far from rare, and the FDA announces hundreds of pharmaceutical recalls each year due to contamination, health risks, improper packaging, failures to warn consumers of injury, cancer risks, allergen concerns, and other defects.

Following preventable drug injuries in which the substance was recalled and known to be defective, victims and their families can hire an experienced Ohio product safety lawyer to investigate and file injury claims. Negligent physicians and drug manufacturers may be liable for related injuries and injured plaintiffs are encouraged to hold negligent parties accountable. Plaintiffs may be eligible for large settlements and compensation for defective drug treatment, medical expenses, and pain and suffering.

Given the large reach of pharmaceutical marketing practices and budgets, drugs can affect the health and lives of thousands of patients in both good and bad ways. Pharmaceutical litigation is a necessary balance to contain the large marketing budgets and influence of pharmaceutical companies.

Defective Pharmaceutical Products present an extremely dangerous public health risk and often lead to large scale and complex pharmaceutical litigation. Pharmaceutical litigation is a deterrent against corporations cutting corners and a means to compensate those who have been unjustly harmed by a dangerous product.

Most experts would agree that the FDA is not designed nor does it have the resources to monitor every product through the post approval process once it has been granted clearance.  Very simply, the volume of drugs that are presented for review is too demanding, so, while the FDA is a good initial step in the process,  the responsibility of providing safe and effective pharmaceutical companies remains on the companies that profit from the sales.

While the pharmaceutical companies have yielded more influence over the review process, ultimately, the law is very clear that it is the company’s responsibility to run the appropriate tests, track the data, and to identify the side effects and then warn consumers and physicians adequately and in a timely manner. Government approval should  not be a shield for liability.

If you or a loved one suffered an injury related to a defective drug, and have questions about the legal remedies available to improve quality of life and medical care in Ohio, contact The Lyon Firm at (800) 513-2403. You will speak to Mr. Lyon, an Ohio product safety lawyer, and he will answer your critical questions.

Contact us today.

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