Arkansas Drug Injury Lawyers
Little Rock Drug Injury Attorneys
Whether you’re treating a headache with an aspirin or curing an infection with antibiotics, you assume the drug you’re taking is safe. After all, if it’s a household brand or a pharmaceutical your doctor prescribed, it won’t hurt you, right?
Unfortunately, most people make this assumption while the reality is that some drugs can cause serious harm—and in some cases even death—to the very people they’re intended to help.
Prescription and over-the-counter drugs have become part of our everyday lives. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), one in six Americans is prescribed three or more prescription drugs at a time.
We Want to Help
Our Arkansas drug injury lawyers want to help you and your loved ones get the compensation you deserve following a serious drug injury. We want to help you weather the storm.
Fill out a free contact request form, or give us a call at (800) 767-4815 to learn how Rainwater, Holt & Sexton Injury Lawyers can help you.
If you're suffeing because of the following, you may need an Arkansas drug injury lawyer:
Painkiller drugs Actiq® and Fentora® are two highly potent drugs used to treat “breakthrough” pain (a term that describes sudden, extreme pain that “breaks through” your traditional pain medication). They contain the extremely powerful narcotic fentanyl, a drug 100 times more powerful than morphine, and have been linked to severe trouble breathing, very slow or shallow breathing, and death in some users.
The anti-smoking drug Chantix® has been linked to depression, suicidal thoughts, and violent behavior in some users, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA warned these changes in behavior can even develop after Chantix use has stopped.
Reglan is a drug prescribed to treat a variety of symptoms, including heartburn, nausea, vomiting, and loss of appetite in some patients. Reglan's chemical name is metoclopramide. Reglan use has been linked to the development of a severe neurological disorder known as tardive dyskinesia (tahr-div dis-ki-nee-zhuh).
Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) is a severe skin condition that results in rashes and blisters across the body. People affected by SJS often look as though they have suffered third-degree burns. SJS can result from using a variety of household drugs, including Children’s Motrin® and antibiotics.
- → Actiq® & Fentora®
- → Actos®
- → Chantix® Dangers
- → Cold Therapy Nerve Damage
- → Colon Cleansing Dangers
- → Fentanyl Pain Patch
- → Fosamax®
- → Fungal Meningitis
- → Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis
- → Pradaxa®
- → Reglan®
- → SSRI Birth Defects
- → Stevens-Johnson Syndrome
- → Stryker® Hip Implant
- → Toyota® Recall
- → Topamax®
- → Transvaginal Mesh Failure
- → Workout Supplement Dangers
- → Yaz®
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We’ve got Arkansas covered. With four offices in Arkansas—Little Rock, Fayetteville, Conway, and Hot Springs—our Arkansas drug injury lawyers are easily accessible when you need help. If you were hurt by a prescription drug and want the help of an experienced attorney with a proven track record, contact Rainwater, Holt & Sexton Injury Lawyers. Fill out a free contact request form, which only takes a minute, or simply dial (800) 767-4815 and tell us about your drug injury