Abuse of medications has destroyed too many people and families in Alabama and Mississippi, which have some of the highest rates of opioid use and deaths in the country.
Many law firms want to sue the makers of these drugs on behalf of states and counties and cities rather than individuals. Why? Because there is more money to be made for a state or a city.
Woodard Law represents real people who have been hurt by use, over-prescription and addiction to medications like oxycontin. We want to see money go to the folks who actually took the medications and have suffered, rather that work for big lump sums to be used by government agencies.
If you or a loved one has been affected by the following medications, please call to see if you have a claim:
- MS Contin
- DHC Plus
- Tramadol extended-release tablets
- Morphine extended-release tablets
- Oxycodone immediate-release tables
If you believe you or a loved one has been harmed by another medication, give Woodard Law a call to discuss whether you may also have a potential claim against the drug manufacturer, doctor and/or pharmacy.
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