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File a Zoloft Baby Lawsuit

Finding out that your baby has been born with birth defects is every new parent’s nightmare. Finding out that the birth defects may be a result of a drug taken during pregnancy – namely antidepressant Zoloft – may be too much to bear.

This is why it is crucial that all pregnant women are aware of the risks associated with taking Zoloft on their unborn baby. You can then make an informed decision, weighing up the risks.

If you have not been told about the potential dangers to your baby before taking Zoloft while pregnant and your baby has been born with a birth defect then you need to talk to a medical malpractice lawyer about filing a Zoloft baby lawsuit today.

So just what are the risks of taking Zoloft to your baby?

Zoloft has been associated with a number of birth defects in newborn babies. Defects reported include respiratory distress, feeding difficulty and hypoglycemia. Here are some more of the incidents reported in newborn babies whose mothers took Zoloft while pregnant:
• Prolonged hospitalization
• Respiratory support
• Tube feeding
• Cyanosis
• Apnea
• Seizures
• Temperature instability
• Vomiting
• Hypotonia
• Hypertonia
• Hyperreflexia
• Tremor
• Jitteriness
• Irritability
• Constant crying

The risks to your baby of taking Zoloft while pregnant are very serious and potentially life-threatening. Studies show Zoloft may be particularly harmful to the fetus if taken during the last three months of pregnancy. If you have only become aware of the risks after already taking Zoloft while pregnant then you need to consider filing a Zoloft baby lawsuit.

Why should you file a Zoloft baby lawsuit?

Filing a lawsuit for the harm Zoloft has inflicted on your baby is the best way of claiming compensation against the manufacturers of Zoloft, Pfizer. A qualified defective drug lawyer will work towards claiming compensation for every aspect of your life that has changed since finding out your baby has a birth defect.

They will also aim to claim compensation for all future expenses as well. This is the least that you deserve if you discover that Zoloft was the cause of your baby’s birth defects. It is also a lot more than you are likely to get if you deal with the manufacturer Pfizer directly.

The defective drug lawyers at Ketchmark and McCreight, P.C. are ready to look over your Zoloft baby case. Feel free to give us a call at any time at (816) 842-1515 for more information and for a free assessment of your Zoloft baby case.

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