Class Action Pharmaceutical Lawyers

National representation with local offices in Philadelphia.

When you are sick, you trust that the medication you are prescribed or the medical device that you are using is safe and reliable. After all, since the Food and Drug Administration regulates the pharmaceutical industry, surely it isn’t dangerous- right? Unfortunately, nothing could be farther from the truth and large pharmaceutical companies often operate with an obvious and blatant disregard for the law when it comes to consumer safety.

We Fight Against the Goliath Big-Pharm Companies

Every year numerous pharmaceutical companies are put under investigation and even forced to recall their products. These same companies then agree to pay out millions to injured patients and their families in class action lawsuits across the country. Yet each and every year, these same big pharmaceutical companies still release dangerous drugs and defective products. Why? Because encouraging an off-label use of their drug, rushing a medical device through testing, or hiding lethal side effects from the general public still leads to billions in profit. In fact, the top 11 major pharmaceutical companies raked in $85 billion last year alone.

What is even scarier is that Big Pharma spends 19 times more money on self-promotion than they do on researching their drugs. This directly leads to dangerous and deadly medications being prescribed to millions-with little regard to the human costs. If you were victimized at the hands of a pharmaceutical company, don't wait to contact Golomb & Honik, P.C. at (215) 278-4449. Your first consultation is free!

Top Pharmaceutical Class Action Claims

Every year new drugs are pushed to market that aren’t properly tested for adverse side effects. Even when they are tested, those side effects are often hidden from the public and the results are manipulated for advertising purposes. Sadly, when they are finally brought to light, thousands of people have already been injured or killed.

Our national class action lawyers are reviewing claims against these dangerous drugs and medical devices:

  • Granuflo and Naturalyte
  • Fosamax
  • Low Testosterone Drugs
  • DePuy Hip Implants
  • DaVinci Surgical System
  • Risperdal
  • Gardasil
  • Cervarix
  • Transvaginal Mesh
  • NexGen Knee Replacements
  • And more

When the same pharmaceutical company and drug harm numerous individuals, a class action lawsuit may be the best way to protect the rights of all injured victims. Pharmaceutical class action lawsuits have numerous benefits, such as saving time and allowing victims to share information, evidence, expert witnesses, and the costs of litigation.

Pharmaceutical companies understand the benefits of class action lawsuits and often try aggressively to avoid them. They have large legal teams on their side that are dedicated to protecting their bottom-line and reducing their liabilities. Sadly, they are often more concerned with “brand” image than they are with the devastating damages and injuries that victims have suffered.

When this happens you need an experienced and aggressive class action law firm on your side. At Golomb & Honik, P.C., our national class action lawyers don’t believe that the large pharmaceutical companies are above the law-and we won’t stop until we achieve justice for our clients and their families.

Call Our National Class Action Pharmaceutical Attorneys at (215) 278-4449

If you or someone you love has suffered medical complications or adverse side effects after being prescribed a dangerous drug or using a defective medical device, you may be able to file a lawsuit. To learn more about your rights and legal options, call Golomb & Honik, P.C. today.

Our experienced litigation lawyers have represented patients and their families across the United States in their quest for justice. We believe in holding irresponsible and negligent pharmaceutical companies responsible for their actions and fight aggressively for all our injured clients. To learn more about your legal options or to schedule a free consultation, call (215) 278-4449.