Prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications are supposed to help us stay healthy, but when those drugs don't work as intended, the consequences can be disastrous.

If a defective drug resulted in injuries or loss of life, it may be possible to hold the drug manufacturer financially responsible via a product liability lawsuit.

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Taking a defective drug may cause serious long-term physical, emotional and psychological injuries. Someone who was injured by a defective drug may struggle financially due to the burden of medical expenses and missed work. He or she may also experience pain and suffering, mental anguish or loss of enjoyment of life. In the most extreme cases, taking a defective drug can even cause death.