Prescription Drug Lawsuit Frequently Asked QuestionsPatients and their families often contact us to see if they can sue the pharmaceutical companies who encouraged doctors to prescribe Zofran off-label to pregnant women whose infants suffered intrauterine growth restriction. The answer to this question is “most likely.”  Several major lawsuits have already been filed throughout the United States seeking compensation for intrauterine growth restriction and other complications caused by Zofran.

To determine whether you can sue medical professionals if your infant suffered from intrauterine growth restriction caused by Zofran, our lawyers will need to review your medical records with our team of doctors to determine what role Zofran played in your child’s complication.  This analysis is done by carefully examining your infant’s medical records.  If we can prove that your infant suffered from intrauterine growth restriction due to Zofran, you will be eligible to file your own individual medical negligence lawsuit or join a class action lawsuit.  We will advise you of the best option for your unique circumstances.

Our Zofran Lawsuit No Fee Promise

Our team of expert defective drug attorneys will review your case at absolutely no cost to you. If we determine you may be eligible for compensation, we will pay all case costs and expenses to file your lawsuit. There are no legal fees unless you receive a settlement. Of course, phone calls are always free.

To get started on your case, simply fill out the Free Case Review Box located on this page or call our award winning legal team at (866) 280-4722 any time of day to tell us about your unique situation. We will listen to your story and advise you on your best course of action. If you have a claim, we will begin work on your case immediately.

There are strict time deadlines for filing Zofran birth defect lawsuits, so contact us as soon as possible!