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What to Do If You Were Prescribed Tainted Medications in South Dakota

Jeff Cole
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Partner at Zimmer, Duncan & Cole

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4/18/2013
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When a drug company does not adequately warn consumers about the side effects of prescription medications that may cause serious personal injuries, the drug company may be at fault. Our personal injury lawyers in Sioux Falls will provide you with a free consultation if you were prescribed a drug in South Dakota that you believe was “bad.” Unfortunately, tainted or dangerous drugs find the way into the hands of consumers and seriously injure innocent individuals or even cause death.

The South Dakota personal injury lawyers at Zimmer, Duncan & Cole, LLP, believe in holding a drug company responsible for its negligence in allowing tainted drugs to be marketed. This is a growing concern throughout the country, particularly with drugs entering the market that have caused wide-spread fungal meningitis. Additional issues may also arise if the drug manufacturer does not inform the public of negative testing results or does not conduct appropriate testing in the first place. For more information on dangerous side effects of prescription medications, read our library article “Are Your Medications Being Prescribed in South Dakota Harming You?

If you believe that you were given a tainted or bad medication, our Sioux Falls personal injury attorneys will work to determine where the issues occurred and who was at fault. The medications can have a severe and long-lasting impact, but we want you to know that you are not in this alone. If you live in South Dakota, call the experienced lawyers at Zimmer, Duncan & Cole, LLP. We will provide you with a free consultation regarding your case. You can reach our team of lawyers in Sioux Falls or Parker by calling toll free at (888) 733-2992.



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