As of now, GlaxoSmithKline has not made any significant settlement offer to a group of people affected by Zofran. Also, many of the initial cases against them for birth defects are still in the initial stages. Therefore, while it is easy to say that if you or your child was injured because of the drug, you should be able to recover. It is not easy to say how much, and you will not be able to grab from a large settlement pot because that does not exist right now. Whether you have a case or not must be determined on its own circumstances. These cases are very complicated and time-consuming. You should speak personally with an attorney about the potential for a case, the mechanics of bringing it to trial, the costs involved, the time it will take, and the chances of recovery.
For additional information see the following pages:
- Why were pregnant women prescribed Zofran?
- What types of birth defects in children have been associated with Zofran usage?
- Has the FDA issued any warnings concerning the use of Zofran during pregnancy?
- Has there been a recall of Zofran from the market?
- Have there been any lawsuits filed against the manufacturer of Zofran related to birth defects in children?
- If I took Zofran during my pregnancy and my child was born with birth defects, can I file a legal claim or lawsuit to recover compensation for their injuries?
- Are there any time constraints for pursuing a lawsuit related to Zofran-birth-defects?
- What must be alleged in a Zofran lawsuit in Federal Court?
- If a took a generic version of Zofran, can I still pursue a legal claim for damages related to my child's birth defects?
- Are there any class action lawsuits against GlaxoSmithKline, the manufacturer of Zofran, for children who have birth defects following Zofran usage during pregnancy?