Ginsberg & Wolf's attorneys are
recognized and have been honored
by nationally recognized
institutions & organizations as the top in
their State and areas of practice,
including  by
Superlawyers, New York
Magazine's Best Lawyers, the National
Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyer and
the Million Dollar Advocates Forum
The pharmaceutical business, a $600 billion plus industry, is
the most profitable of all businesses in the United States.
Innocent consumers rely on the representations of the large
pharmaceutical companies that market their products with
promises to cure our illnesses and medical conditions. Their
advertisements give us hope and make us believe that by
simply ingesting their pill or otherwise using their
medication, we do not have to suffer from the medical
problems that may affect our lives.

Consumers of pharmaceuticals, both prescription
pharmaceutical drugs and everyday over-the-counter
medications, are dependent on the powerful pharmaceutical
companies to adequately and appropriately test their
products before placing them in the market for consumption.
Unfortunately, in the interest of profit, the pharmaceutical
companies rush drugs to the market without adequate and
appropriate testing to identify possible dangerous side
effects. The target of testing is all too often limited to
meeting FDA approval in order that the drug companies can
start selling their product to the public as soon as possible.
The pharmaceutical companies are hesitant to delay the
marketing of their drugs even if it would be in the interest of
public safety to take the time to determine the side effects of
their product and assure that the risks of the drug do not
outweigh any benefit that it may have. However, it may take
years to discover that a medication could be dangerous or
defective – time that the pharmaceutical companies are not
willing to wait for in order to profit from their research and
investment.  As a consequence, a drug that is dangerous or
defective is only discovered after people have already
suffered debilitating injuries or wrongful death due to their
use of the pharmaceutical product.

If you or a loved one have been injured as a result of a
prescription drug,
Ginsberg & Wolf urges you to contact
us by completing the form at right or call us at
212-608-
1660
or 212-227-0640.
Ginsberg & Wolf is a personal injury litigation law firm with
attorneys handling cases involving dangerous and defective
drugs. A defective drug product is one that causes a physical,
psychological and/or mental injury or illness as the result of a
defect in the medication or its labeling. Our attorneys have
successfully handled and obtained multi-million dollar recoveries
on behalf of our clients injured by drugs with dangerous
side-effects, including a $2.15 million and $1.15 million recoveries
for two women who suffered systemic illness following the ingestion
of an over-the-counter drug, with millions more recovered for 23
other injured plaintiffs.

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$2.15 million  and $1.15 million  
recoveries for two women who
suffered systemic illness
following the ingestion of an
over-the-counter drug, with
millions more recovered for 23
other injured plaintiffs.

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