When you are prescribed a drug by your doctor, you trust that the drug will help you rather than cause harm. However, many drugs on the market today are also accompanied by dangerous side effects that create more health problems than they actually solve.

Although all prescription drugs sold in the United States must be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the standards used to determine whether a drug is approved or banned are not as strict as you might imagine. Today, many drugs approved by the FDA are later recalled and removed from sale. Other drugs are labeled with warning stickers and alerts, following user reports of potentially hazardous side effects.

If you or a loved one has been harmed or subjected to serious side effects as a result of an unsafe drug or prescription medication, you deserve to have a dangerous drug attorney on your side, advocating for the rights and compensation you deserve.

Dangerous Drug Attorneys in Greensboro, N.C.

The dangerous drug attorneys at Ward Black Law have the experience and resources needed to handle your case. Our experienced legal team is standing by to answer your questions, conduct a free case review and, if appropriate, quickly help you file your bad drug claim and/or lawsuit. You may reach Ward Black Law by phone: 336-333-2244, 800-531-9191 (toll-free); contact form; or email: info@wardblacklaw.com.

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Dangerous Drugs

To learn more about potentially harmful medications as well as cases and claims our dangerous drug attorneys currently or have recently handled, browse the categories to the left of this page.

Defective Products & Medical Devices

Have you been harmed by a dangerous medical device or product? To learn more about recent defective product and medical device cases handled by attorneys at Ward Black Law, click here.

Environmental Hazards & Pollutants

Have you been harmed by an environmental hazard or pollutant? To learn more about Ward Black Law’s recent environmental hazard/pollutant cases (such as asbestos disease claims), click here.