Who can file a Zoloft lawsuit?
Zoloft is associated with various side effects ranging from suicide to birth defects. Those suffering from Zoloft side effects, including the birth defects pulmonary persistent hypertension of the newborn (PPHN) and heart defects such as ASD or VSD may be eligible to file a Zoloft lawsuit.
Symptoms of Zoloft congenital heart defects
- rapid heart rate
- heart murmur
- rapid breathing, shortness of breath, dypspnea
- bluish tint to skin
Other Zoloft birth defects
In addition to PPHN, ASD, and VSD, other Zoloft birth defects may include:
- Premature births
Talk to Zoloft lawyer
Those who have been personally affected by or whose child has been affected by Zoloft side effects or birth defects may have a viable Zoloft lawsuit.
Claims will need to be substantiated with medical records, proof of injury, and other available documents revealing the financial and personal impact of the injury on the individual’s life. Zoloft lawsuits, like all legal claims, must be filed within the applicable statute of limitation. Hesitation could result in forfeiture of your case.
An experienced Zoloft lawyer may be able to provide additional information regarding the legal rights of those suffering in connection with this popular anti-depressant medication.