6 mothers file lawsuits against Zoloft
Posted on Monday, November 4th, 2013 at 1:38 pm by Williams Hart
At least six mothers recently filed lawsuits in Wayne Circuit Court against drug giant Pfizer Inc. after their babies were born with congenital defects, allegedly caused due to Zoloft use while pregnant.
According to reports, the six plaintiffs were pregnant when they were prescribed Zoloft by their doctors. In the lawsuits filed by the mothers on October 28, they claim their babies were born with birth defects, like holes in the heart, atrial septal defects, neural tube defects, and craniofacial defects. The lawsuits also claimed that Zoloft is flawed and it should not be on the market as it endangers people’s health.
If your child was harmed by the anti-depressant drug Zoloft while used during pregnancy, it is important to know that the maker of the drug may be held liable for the undue losses you have suffered. Speak with a lawyer from Williams Hart about your options for filing a claim against the company by calling (713) 352-7071.