Does Zoloft Work? The Implications of a Failed SSRI
Jeff Nadrich is a national Zoloft attorney based in Los Angeles California, with more than 25 years of experience successfully defending personal injury clients. If you or someone you love has suffered Zoloft complications, call us today at 1-800-718-4658. You may be entitled to compensation.
Does Zoloft work? New evidence suggests that it probably doe not, but that’s just the beginning of the story.
Zoloft is one of the world’s leading selective serotonin uptake inhibitors (SSRIs), with millions of users worldwide. On the market for more than 20 years, Zoloft continues to be the preferred antidepressant choice of many medical professionals, but a growing body of research indicates that the drug may in fact be no more useful against depression than a common sugar pill, or placebo.
The efficacy –or lack thereof — of Zoloft is currently at the center of a class action lawsuit (case No. 13-CV-00414-PSG), brought on by a plaintiff who took the drug for years with no noticeable relief. The plaintiff’s legal team contends that the manufacturer Pfizer went to great lengths to underscore and conceal medical research that reflected poorly on the drug’s effectiveness.
As mounting evidence continues to call into question the usefulness of Zoloft, we can’t ignore the greater tragedy of how many unsuspecting women experienced devastating birth defects while taking the drug. If indeed Zoloft is no more effective than Placebo, and if indeed Pfizer was aware of this fact, then a staggering number of women are entitled to compensation. After all, they took an ineffective drug and suffered irreversible unrelated complications as a result.
Lawsuits against Pfizer are already underway, and more are being filed each week, and the outcome of the current class election lawsuit will be instrumental in setting the stage for all forthcoming litigation. The implications are truly alarming, and at Nadrich & Cohen, LLP, we are actively working with women who have experienced the most heartbreaking of birth defects, (we believe) directly as a result of Zoloft use.
Have you or someone you love experienced birth defects or other side effects from taking Zoloft? If so, you may be entitled to compensation. Call the national Zoloft attorneys at Nadrich & Cohen today to discuss your case and receive a free consultation from one of our qualified representatives. You must act quickly, though. In order to gather the proper evidence, we must begin our investigation as quickly as possible.
We are contingency lawyers, and we don’t charge you any money if we don’t win your case. So don’t suffer alone any longer. Call us at 1-800-718-4658.