If you or a loved one took Zofran while pregnant or during pregnancy and had a baby or child born with a birth defect, including a cleft lip or cleft palate, club foot, hole in heart defect or other birth defects, you may be entitled to recover money in a Zofran lawsuit or settlement. Contact a Zofran injury lawyer to request a free case review.
A team of class action attorneys and personal injury birth defect lawyers has launched an investigation into Zofran (ondansetron), the anti-nausea drug used by pregnant women suffering from morning sickness (or hyperemesis gravidarum) manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline.
Zofran lawsuit and settlement cases potentially being investigated include claims of women who took Zofran during pregnancy and gave birth to a child or children born with birth defects, complications, symptoms, side effects and injuries, including:
- Cleft lip
- Cleft palate
- Holes in the Heart Defect
- Ventricular Septal Heart Defect
- Atrial Septal Heart Defect
- Club Foot
- Skull deformity (Craniosynostosis)
- Kidney defect
- Congenital heart defect
- Heart murmur
- Musculoskeletal defect
- Fetal growth restriction
- Other Birth Defects
Numerous Zofran birth defect lawsuits have been filed on behalf of children who were born with various birth defects, including cleft lip, cleft palate, club foot, heart defects, and other birth defects, whose mother’s allegedly took Zofran during their pregnancy.
If you or someone you love took Zofran while pregnant or during pregnancy and had a child born with a birth defect, including cleft lip, cleft palate, club feet, heart defect or other birth defects, you may be entitled to compensation from a Zofran lawsuit or settlement. Contact a lawyer to request a free Zofran birth defect case review.*
*If you or your child are experiencing health issues, side effects or complications after you took Zofran, we urge you to promptly consult with your doctor or physician for an evaluation.
**The listing of a company (e.g., GlaxoSmithKline) or product (e.g., Zofran) is not meant to state or imply that the company acted illegally or improperly or that the product is unsafe or defective; rather only that an investigation may be, is or was being conducted to determine whether legal rights have been violated.
***The use of any trademarks, tradenames or service marks is solely for product identification and/or informational purposes.
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