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Few people think that the medicine prescribed by their doctor will do more harm than good. Unfortunately, there are hundreds of injury cases every year regarding medicines and drugs prescribed by doctors.

While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration was created to monitor and ensure that people are not injured by harmful ingredients or misleading claims made by drug manufacturers, dangerous drugs still manage to find a place on store shelves.


A medicine may be considered defective or dangerous because of:

  • Incorrect or misleading labels: A label may claim that a medicine or supplement performs a certain function that it does not. Additionally, labels may neglect to warn consumers of certain side effects or fail to warn about possible adverse drug interactions.
  • Poor manufacturing quality: A pill or other pharmaceutical products may have been manufactured with poor-quality or even dangerous ingredients or materials.
  • Flawed package design: A faulty package can cause a product to deteriorate or spoil, causing injury to the consumer. Additionally, flawed packaging, such as faulty child-proof caps, can cause injury to children and others.

Negligent pharmaceutical and medical manufacturers should be held liable for the damages that their products cause people. These damages may not only cause harm physically, but can take a toll financially as well.


At Habush Habush & Rottier, we have the experience handling cases involving defective pharmaceutical products. We have the understanding and resources necessary to help you build a strong case for the compensation you need.

Additionally, our team will be by your side to handle all of the complexities of legal proceedings for you, allowing you to focus your efforts on recovery.


If you have been harmed due to a defective pharmaceutical or medical product, reliable legal representation is essential. Contact the experienced pharmaceutical defect lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier today at 800-2-HABUSH (800-242-2874) for the help you need.