Birth defects can bring a great deal of sadness for a family, but if the birth defects were caused by a prescription drug, then the sadness and other negative emotions can become worse as it is realized that the defects could have been avoided. This is the situation which a number of American families are dealing with as their child's birth defect may have been caused by the prescription drug Paxil.
The prescription drug Paxil, also known as Paroxetine, was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1992, yet it was only this decade that the dangers of Paxil became more out in the open as warnings against certain people taking the drug were issued by the FDA. Indeed, it is now recognized that Paxil birth defects may result if this drug is taken by women during the first trimester of pregnancy, and since this information had not been sufficiently available to the public following the release of Paxil on the market, those whose child was born with a birth defect which is believed to be caused by Paxil may be able to receive appropriate compensation for the suffering sustained; however, receiving compensation is not an easy endeavor and will undoubtedly require the services of a qualified attorney who can pursue Paxil lawsuits on behalf of the victims of the drug.
Was your son or daughter born with a serious defect which you suspect was caused by Paxil and perhaps the negligence of Paxil's maker, GlaxoSmithKline? If so, then you should not wait any longer to receive the legal assistance you need and which can be found at the Law Offices of Chandler, Mathis & Zivley, PC. This professional law firm has helped a number of suffering families to receive the compensation which they deserved, and there's no doubt that an attorney from the Law Offices of Chandler, Mathis & Zivley, PC will be able to provide you with sound legal guidance so that your family can receive justice if Paxil and the negligence of its maker really are to blame for your suffering.
Call or email a Paxil attorney from the Law Offices of Chandler, Mathis & Zivley, PC today so that your family can receive the help it deserves, or if you are interested in learning more about Paxil birth defects, then simply continue to browse through the rest of the Paxil Information and Support Center website.