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Kankakee False Claims Lawyers

There are thousands of products, including drugs and medications, on the market today, each claiming to have unique ingredients or provide unique benefits. With the variety of products available, doctors have more options than ever. Unfortunately, with so many products to choose from, doctors and pharmacists can easily be misled or misinformed about a product’s effectiveness or even the risk of side effects.

When pharmaceutical companies make false claims, patients are, unfortunately, the ones who suffer. They could become the victims of serious consequences or side effects that may drastically impact their life. If you or someone you know has suffered adverse health side effects due to a pharmaceutical product’s false claims, contact our Kankakee false claims lawyers of Spiros Law, P.C., today at (815) 929-9292 and schedule a free consultation.

Common Examples of False Claims

New prescription drugs are supposed to be carefully and thoroughly tested before hitting the market to allow companies to look for side effects and other problems. This information is very important and may have a severe impact on a patient’s life if it is incorrect. Some examples of false claims include the following:

  • Not giving any information about dangerous combinations with other drugs, food, or drink
  • Leaving off information about physical and mental side effects
  • Telling consumers the product cures certain health conditions when it does not
  • Not giving proper dosage amounts or warnings

If you have suffered a serious health complication from any of the above or other actions, you should speak with a qualified attorney today about how they may be able to help you.

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For more information about how you can hold these pharmaceutical companies liable for falsifying information or making false claims, contact our Kankakee false claims attorneys of Spiros Law, P.C., at (815) 929-9292 today or click here to learn more.