Mothers who took Zoloft while pregnant and delivered children with Zoloft birth defects may have legal recourse. Reportedly, Zoloft and other SSRI antidepressants have been linked to a potential risk of birth defects, ranging from skull defects to life-threatening cardiac problems, in newborns of women taking these drugs during pregnancy. Because the manufacturer of this drug failed to warn patients and doctors about the potential risk of Zoloft birth defects, pregnant users of the drug who delivered children with congenital defects may be able to take legal action with the assistance of a Zoloft birth defects lawyer.
Did you deliver a child with Zoloft birth defects after taking the drug during pregnancy? Find out if you can seek financial compensation by completing our free, no obligation case evaluation form today. Those interested in pursuing a Zoloft birth defects lawsuit only have a certain amount of time to take legal action before being barred from ever seeking compensation for their child's injuries, so do not hestiate to take advantage of this no risk case review today.
According to one Danish study, women taking Zoloft early in pregnancy have a slightly increased risk for delivering a child with a septal heart defect. In light of this reported link between the SSRI drug and Zoloft cardiac defects, our Zoloft birth defects attorneys would like to hear from individuals who took this drug during pregnancy and delivered children with holes in the heart or any of the following cardiac birth defects:
Because Zoloft birth defects may not solely be related to cardiac conditions, our attorneys are also available to review claims from Zoloft users who delivered children withspina bifida, club foot, craniosynostosis (skull defect) and omphalocele, a condition in which the intestines and/or abdominal organs protrude through the navel.
If you took this SSRI or its generic version sertraline during pregnancy and delivered a child with Zoloft birth defects, you may be able to participate in a Zoloft lawsuit. Fill out our no cost, no obligation case review form today to find out if you are eligible.
Children who were born with Zoloft birth defects following their mother’s use of the drug during pregnancy may need to undergo multiple surgeries to correct and treat their injuries. In some instances of Zoloft heart defects, the child may need a surgery during the first three years of life, followed by another or multiple procedures as he or she grows to adulthood. These treatments can result in costly bills for the child's family; however, those who elect to take legal action for their child's Zoloft birth defects may be able to file a claim seeking recovery for the cost of medical bills, as well as other damages. To find out if you are eligible, contact our Zoloft birth defects lawyers today for a free evaluation of your claim. Our Zoloft lawyers are providing this online consultation at no cost and remain committed to protecting the rights of women who took Zoloft during pregnancy and delivered children with SSRI birth defects.