Helping Affected Groups Fight the Opioid Epidemic
Millions of Americans have been hurt by dangerous highly addictive prescription opioids. The Bramzon Law Firm PLLC expert legal team is fighting for justice on behalf of individuals, municipalities, Native American tribes, and other minority groups. Contact us today, we can help.
Who is to Blame for the Opioid Epidemic?
The Opioid Epidemic is spreading like widefire and directing emergency responders and paramedics to spend an increasingly amount of time responding to overdoses. Coroners’ offices are running out of room to store bodies. In 2012, there were 793 million doses of opioids prescribed in the state of ohio, enough to supply every man, woman, and child, with 68 pills each! Roughly 20 percent of the state’s population was prescribed an opioid in 2016. And Ohio leads the nation in overdose deaths.
So, who is responsible for this? Some attorneys general and advocates are now questioning in court whether the pharmaceutical companies who marketed the drugs and downplayed their addictive nature can be held legally responsible. Also, should they be made to pay for the consequences of—the crisis? Contact us today and we can answer these or any of your questions.
Opioid Lawsuit Eligibility.
The Bramzon Law Firm PLLC team is ready to go to work fighting for the rights of individuals and groups affected by the opioid epidemic, including native american tribes, municipalities, cities and non-governmental organizations (NGO’s). Communities across America have suffered from tremendous loss at the hands of the opioid crisis. Affected people and groups can recover significant monies from damages caused by the opioid epidemic. If you, a loved one or a group you are a decision maker for have suffered from the prescription opioid crisis you may be eligible to file a lawsuit against the physicians, pharmaceutical companies, drug wholesalers and pharmacies. But the only way to know for sure is to speak to us today and find out if you or your group qualifies for potential financial compensation by meeting any of these criteria:
- Increased expenses of drug treatment programs
- Medical care/hospitalizations
- Emergency medical transportation
- Costs of law enforcement response/investigations
- Costs of prosecutions and incarcerations
- Costs of repair for property damage
- Medical expenses, including money (often thousands of dollars) spent on the prescription drugs in question
- Costs for drug treatment programs
- Lost income
- Pain and suffering
- Funeral expenses
- Any other relief the Court deems fair and just
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