Women who took Zoloft, Lexapro, Paxil, Celexa or another SSRI drug during pregnancy and delivered a child with a congenital heart, skull or abdominal birth defect may have legal recourse. Potentially, a SSRI birth defects lawsuit would provide these individuals an opportunity to file a claim seeking compensation for medical bills and other damages resulting from their child’s injuries. Women who want to pursue compensation through a SSRI birth defects lawsuit are advised to act quickly, however, as failure to file a SSRI birth defects lawsuit within a certain time period will prohibit the family from ever taking legal action for their child's injuries.
If your child was born with an SSRI birth defect and you took Zoloft, Paxil, Lexapro, Celexa or another antidepressant during pregnancy, contact us today for a free, no obligation case review to find out if you are entitled to financial compensation.
Women may be eligible to seek compensation through an SSRI lawsuit, as Zoloft and similar SSRI antidepressants have been linked to a risk of birth defects in newborns of mothers taking these medications while pregnant. In light of allegations of SSRI birth defects, our attorneys are available to review claims from women who took Zoloft, Paxil, Celexa or another SSRI drug while pregnant and delivered children with any of the following alleged SSRI birth defects:
Club foot, spina bifida, ventricular septal defects (VSD), atrial septal defects (ASD) and holes in the heart have also been associated with SSRI use during pregnancy. If your child was born with any of these alleged SSRI birth defects, you may have legal recourse. Fill out our no cost case evaluation form today to find out if you qualify for an SSRI birth defects lawsuit.
SSRI birth defects can require multiple surgeries and other special medical care, placing a heavy burden on the child’s family. Those who elect to pursue legal recourse, however, may be able to file a claim seeking compensation for these medical expenses and other damages resulting from their child’s antidepressant birth defects. To find out if you can participate in an SSRI lawsuit for your child’s birth defects, contact our attorneys today for a free case review. Our lawyers for SSRI birth defects lawsuits are providing this online consultation at no cost and with no obligation.