Michael Jackson’s Death Brings Focus Back On Prescription Drug Lawsuits
Prescription drug lawsuits are back in focus with the fatal overdosing of Michael Jackson. Intentional or not, the fact remains that many people die from prescription drugs every day. Doctors are too quick to prescribe and pharmaceutical companies are making a fortune off the misuse of drugs like Diprivan, Xanax, Demeral and Valium.
Younce and Vtipil of http://www.attorneysnc.com have successfully represented and won several prescription drug lawsuits. Anna Nicole Smith and Michael Jackson are not the only celebrity cases involving similar drug abuse, and everyday, cases of prescription drug overuse are reported involving unknown, average people.
According to owner David Vtipil, attorney with Younce and Vtipil, we get inquiries at our website, http://www.attorneysnc.com from family members of victims that have suffered these unfortunate incidents. Far too often, family members are the last to know, yet doctors and pharmacies involved continue to dole out prescription drugs to people that they known have become addicted.
At AttorneysNC, we specialize in all types of lawsuits involving serious injuries, including death or serious mental disablement. Even lesser injuries may become lawsuits that involve harmful drug injuries, product liability and eventually wrongful death lawsuits.
Protecting your rights against doctors and pharmaceutical companies that lack consideration of a patient and are out to make a buck is something that has become prevalent in attorneys offices across the country.
Anna Nicole Smith was receiving prescriptions from numerous doctors, and she eventually faced the same drug overdose fate that her son did. Michael Jackson had access to numerous doctors and was able to receive more and more drugs like Xanax and Demerol. Even the Diprivan was to be closely administered in a hospital, yet he was able to take it by the bucketfuls.
Controlled substances aren’t really controlled enough to keep people from dying. Until proper systems are put in place, prescription drug lawsuits will continue to happen as it is obvious proper safeguards are not in place at the current time. If you have a loved one that has become a victim of prescription drug death or injury, contact us toll free at 1-800-811-9495 or visit our website at http://www.attorneysnc.com.
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