Zoloft® Birth Defect Legal Advice
Finding the right Zoloft Attorney is the essential first step if you feel that your child is suffering from birth defects caused by Zoloft use during pregnancy. Mothers who took the SSRI antidepressant Zoloft while pregnant greatly increase the chances their child will be born with potentially life threatening birth defects.
Zoloft birth defects include heart defects, lung defects, PPHN (Pulmonary Hypertension in Newborn), cleft lip, cleft palate, club foot, arm and leg defects, abdominal defects, cranial defects, and anal atresia. These conditions can be painful and medical expenses can quickly pile up because of these Zoloft birth defects.
A law firm that is experienced with pharmaceutical litigation including Zoloft Lawsuits will ensure that you get the maximum settlement or judgment for your Zoloft birth defect case. If you or someone you love took Zoloft while pregnant and has a child with any of the following conditions, you may be eligible for financial compensation for medical bills, pain, and suffering:
Since Zoloft was approved for use by the FDA in 1991, there is increasing evidence that Zoloft and other SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor) drugs can cause adverse and dangerous birth defects when taken during pregnancy. If you or a loved one has taken Zoloft while pregnant and has a child with a birth defect including heart defects, lung defects, limb defects, abdominal defects, Omphalocele, Craniosynostosis, cleft lip, cleft palate, or club foot, you may have a claim to a Zoloft settlement or judgment.
Birth defect lawsuit settlements for SSRIs like Zoloft® average over $1.5M per case
Other birth defect lawsuit settlements for antidepressants similar to Zoloft average over $1,500,000 per family. For a free case review of your Zoloft birth defect case, use the Free Zoloft Lawsuit Case Evaluation form on this page or dial 800-507-6230. An Attorney for You will connect you with a Zoloft Attorney who will review your Zoloft birth defect case and inform about your rights to financial compensation.
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