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I was hurt by a prescription drug. I’ve read about class action lawsuits, but I don’t know if my injury qualifies me to join a class action case. Are all injury from prescription drugs pharmaceutical class action cases? How do I know what to do?

We are sorry to hear of your injury. The questions that you ask are common ones that our Milwaukee pharmaceutical class action lawyers receive. Not every injury resulting from a prescription drug will mean that a class action lawsuit is filed.

Generally, a pharmaceutical class action case is filed when a group of people suffer similar injuries from the same drug. There needs to be a minimum number of people who have suffered a minimum amount of harm in order for a pharmaceutical class action lawsuit to be filed. Some prescription drugs that have been the focus of class action lawsuits include Fosamax, Trasylol, and Granuflo. Of course, this list is far from all-inclusive and many other prescription drugs are, or may be, the subject of class action lawsuits.

The best way for you to know if your prescription drug injury qualifies you to join a class action case is to call a Milwaukee pharmaceutical class action attorney. The call won’t cost you anything and the potential recovery can be significant. Often, class action lawsuits can save injured people time and money as they attempt to get a fair recovery.

For more information, we encourage you to contact our Milwaukee pharmaceutical class action law firm directly at 1-800-800-5678 or 414-223-4800. Hupy and Abraham maintains eleven offices across Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa. One call to us and we can direct you to an experienced attorney at your closest office.