Questa volta abbiamo cercato: Can someone explain why in the USA, an ad for a drug that lists side effects, can be followed by an ad for a lawyer suing if you have those side effects??
Can someone explain why in the USA, an ad for a drug that lists side effects, can be followed by an ad for a lawyer suing if you have those side effects??
Ed ecco le risposte:
It’s gotta be an unlisted effect to sue
Usually it’s because the side effect wasn’t known or wasn’t publicized in the past, so people might have used the drug without knowing the risk. Lawyers can then claim that the drug company didn’t do enough research, or that the company knew about the risk and didn’t take it seriously enough, or that the company intentionally suppressed information about potential side effects.
Because in the USA, suffering is just business.
If you get a side effect that WASN’T listed, or if you weren’t properly informed of the side effects by the drug company, you can sue. If they told you it might give you blood clots, and then you get blood clots, you can’t sue because they told you about the risk ahead of time.
Because we live in a free society filled with stupid and irresponsible people.