Lexapro lawsuits may be an option for mothers who took the drug during pregnancy and delivered children with birth defects. Potentially, Lexapro lawsuits would allege that the manufacturer failed to warn patients of the birth defect risk and are therefore responsible for medical bills and other damages resulting from a child's Lexapro birth defects. If you took this SSRI drug during pregnancy and delivered a child with a birth defect, find out if you are eligible for a Lexapro lawsuit by completing our no cost, no obligation case review.
Because studies have shown a link between SSRI use and birth defects, our attorneys are available to review claims from women who are considering a Lexapro lawsuit. Potentially, a Lexapro lawsuit may be possible for women who took the drug while pregnant and delivered children with the following birth defects:
If you were using Lexapro during pregnancy and delivered a child with one of these birth defects, you may qualify for a Lexapro lawsuit. Potentially, a Lexapro lawsuit could provide compensation for medical bills and other damages incurred as a result of the child's Lexapro birth defects. Families who are seeking compensation for their child’s birth defects, however, should keep in mind that all Lexapro lawsuits are subject to a statute of limitations. In other words, if the parents fail to file a Lexapro lawsuit within a certain amount of time, they are barred by law from ever seeking compensation for their child's injuries - regardless of their severity. If your child was born with Lexapro birth defects, do not wait to contact our Lexapro attorneys today to find out if a Lexapro lawsuit is viable for your family. Fill out our free case review form today for a no risk, no cost evaluation of your claim.