If you have taken Paxil® and suffered severe side effects, including tremors and suicidal tendencies, or if your child suffered birth defects after you took Paxil®, contact Ken Nunn, The Indiana Injury Lawyer, immediately at 1-800-CALL-KEN! Don’t go to sleep worrying. We know how important your case is and we believe in returning phone calls fast.
Paxil® is a popular anti-depressant known as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI). Manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline, Paxil® has been linked to suicidal thoughts and behavior — especially in teenagers and young adults. As with all anti-depressants, Paxil® carries a Black Box warning from the FDA. A Black Box warning is issued when a medicine’s side effects pose a risk of severe injury or death.
Paxil® has been prescribed to an estimated 17 million people worldwide to treat anxiety, panic, obsessive compulsive disorder and post traumatic stress disorder. Reports link it to serious side effects in users, sometimes resulting in death.
Some of the known side effects of Paxil® include:
- Suicidal tendencies
- Mental confusion
- Birth defects
In December 2005, the Food and Drug Administration alerted health care professionals and patients about early results of a study that suggested Paxil® increased the risk for birth defects, particularly heart defects, when women took it during the first three months of pregnancy.
If you or someone you love have been injured due to taking Paxil®, you need a law firm experienced in class action drug injury cases. The last thing that you want to worry about are court proceedings, paperwork, and the constant run-around you’ll receive from the insurance companies. By hiring experienced lawyers for your Paxil® lawsuit, you can ensure that your rights are being protected in the most efficient way possible. I have over 46 years of experience dealing with insurance companies and large businesses and I know the tactics they use — in and out of the courtroom.
Everyone knows that when you’ve been hurt in an Indiana pharmaceutical case, you call Ken Nunn. I can be reached by calling 1-800-CALL-KEN or you can fill out an online form if you prefer. Consultations are free and many times I can get your case started the day you call.