Zoloft Can Harm Your Baby During Pregnancy
Zoloft is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressant. When a baby is born with a birth defect, and when the mother of the baby had been taking Zoloft during pregnancy, the parents of that child may be entitled to compensation.
Established in 1999, The Lancione Law Firm, provides knowledgeable medical malpractice representation to individuals and families throughout the state of Ohio.
If your child or the child of someone you love was born with a birth defect and the mother was taking Zoloft while pregnant, do not hesitate to call (440) 220-4439 or email our lawyers in Cleveland for a free consultation.
We Are Dedicated To Protecting Families Whose Lives Have Been Affected By Birth Defects
If your child has sustained a life-altering injury, you will need ample information and support to make the best decisions for your child. Our medical malpractice attorneys assist clients in dealing with the emotional and financial consequences of the matter. If your child was born with any of the following birth defects, and if you were taking Zoloft while pregnant, you may be entitled to compensation:
- Cleft lip and/or palate
- Developmental delays
- Persistent pulmonary hypertension (PPHN)
- Heart defects
- Brain and spinal cord defects
- Limb defects
- Clubbed foot
- Skull defects
The above is not an all-inclusive list. If your baby was born with any type of defect, and if you were taking Zoloft while pregnant, talk to our firm to discuss your rights and options. We can evaluate your case and determine the appropriate method for seeking compensation on your behalf.
Does Your Baby Have A Birth Defect Because of Zoloft? Schedule A Free Consultation
When you or someone you love has been seriously injured due to a defective drug, an attorney can evaluate your claim and provide you with legal options. We invite you to call our law offices at (440) 220-4439 or contact us online to schedule a free appointment. The Lancione Law Firm, is proud to serve clients throughout Ohio.