It depends. In order to join a class action lawsuit in Wisconsin, or elsewhere, you need to form a “class” of plaintiffs. The class of plaintiffs must have suffered a similar injury, for the same reason and from the same drug. In other words, if there are other people out there who also suffered an allergic reaction because of the undisclosed ingredient in the drug that you took, then you might be able to file or join a class action lawsuit.
It is important to find out whether or not you may be part of a class so that you know how to pursue your legal rights. Joining a pharmaceutical class action case may allow you to recover for your injuries in an affordable way. You will split the costs of litigation with other similarly situated plaintiffs. However, if you are not eligible to join a class action and you have been hurt by a prescription drug, then you may still be able to recover damages in an individual lawsuit.
For more information about your rights and about whether a Wisconsin pharmaceutical class action is right for you, we invite you to contact our experienced Milwaukee class action lawyers today at 800-800-5678 for a FREE consultation about your rights, about your legal options and about your possible legal recovery.