Zoloft, Lexapro, and Effexor side effects can cause serious birth defects in newborn children and lawsuits have been filed by patients seeking monetary recoveries to help compensate them for the injuries suffered.

If you took a prescription anti-depressant medication during your pregnancy and gave birth to a child with birth defects, you may have a legal claim and may be entitled to money damages. Call today and ask to speak with partner Kathleen Chavez or attorney Kevin Noll. You can also contact us by clicking on the box below and we will have an attorney get back to you promptly.

SSRIs And Birth Defects

The use of certain Selective Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) by women during pregnancy has been linked to birth defects including heart and lung defects. Specifically, the use of the following SSRIs during pregnancy has been linked to birth defects:

  • Zoloft
  • Lexapro
  • Effexor

Legal Claims And Zoloft, Lexapro And Effexor Lawsuits

Zoloft, Lexapro and Effexor lawsuits have been filed against the manufacturers of SSRIs based on their alleged failure to warn consumers of the potential birth defects if taken during pregnancy and for placing their dangerous drugs on the market.

Please contact Foote, Mielke, Chavez & O'Neil, LLC, for a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your rights if you took Zoloft, Lexapro or Effexor drug during pregnancy and subsequently gave birth to a child with birth defects. There are important time limitations that govern your ability to bring a claim and recover money damages. Our attorneys are experienced at handling these types of prescription drug cases and offer a Request Free Case Evaluation to determine if you may have a Zoloft, Lexapro or Effexor case and to discuss your options. We take these types of cases on a contingency basis which means our clients only pay us if we recover money damages for them. Find out today if we recommend you file a Zoloft, Lexapro or Effexor lawsuit and learn more about your legal rights and options.

Contact Our Experienced Trial Lawyers

Call our Geneva, Illinois, law firm today and ask to speak with partner Kathleen Chavez or attorney Kevin Noll. You can also contact us by calling 630-232-7450. At our office:

  • There is no further obligation after meeting with one of our attorneys in a confidential consultation. Evening, weekend, telephone and Skype appointments are available.
  • Our experienced trial lawyers take these cases on a contingent fee basis. Clients owe no attorneys' fees until and unless the lawyers recover compensation for them.
  • There are important time limitations that govern the ability to file a claim. It is important to get a legal consultation as soon as you suspect you have been harmed.