Q: Drug injury, miscarriage, & premature baby due to Haldol. How do I find a lawyer? Used NC Bar & no one will take it.
A: Look at my discussion on the posts about xarelto.In addition to those facts, understand that birth cases are extremely difficult when the fallout is health issues that can occur without any adverse reaction--you can have a premature baby, miscarriage with no drug being involved. To try to prove it was Haldol and nothing else is very difficult but understand the burden of proving that is on your side. It's not enough just to say "Haldol lists these as potential side effects, let them prove it wasn't." That might be a good idea, but it's not our system in any state or in any country I'm aware of. Add to this very very heavy burdens of what an expert opinion has to have and the difficulties are huge. If you spoke with several medical issues firms you understand they are telling you you have an issue that is way too risky for the huge amount of time and money it takes to fight drug companies. Been there, done that! In additon to what I suggested to the person with the xarelto question, try the firm of Robbins, Zelle, Larson, Kaplan in minneapolis. If no, put your emotional energy into action to work on the undelrying issues.
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