Zoloft Birth Defects

Zoloft Birth Defect Claims

Zoloft has reportedly been linked to birth defects in children whose mother took Zoloft while pregnant. Our product liability attorneys are working with other national Zoloft attorneys to investigate and pursue Zoloft birth deformity claims.

Contact us now to find out if you are entitled to compensation for a Zoloft birth defect claim at (800) 337-7755.

Zoloft, while one of the leading antidepressants in the market, has been linked recently to possible birth defects caused by its use during pregnancy.

Attorney Jason Turchin is a #1 Best Selling Author in Personal Injury and Car Accident Law, on the Super Lawyers Rising Star list for 2015, has been featured in the ABA Journal, and has been interviewed by several media outlets, including CBS Evening News, CBS This Morning, NBCMiami, Telemundo, New York Times, Bloomberg, USA Today, CNN, Wall Street Journal, Miami Herald, Sun Sentinel and more.

We are investigating the link between Zoloft and birth defects and if proven, will fight to hold the makers of Zoloft responsible for any damage, surgery or injury caused by its use.

Common Zoloft birth defect claims may include:

Hole in the heart – If you had a child born with a hole in his or her heart and were taking Zoloft during the pregnancy, you may be entitled to significant compensation.

Cleft Palate – A cleft palate is a birth defect caused when the baby’s lip or mouth do not fully develop in utero. Often, multiple surgeries are required to try and repair a cleft palate, though visible scars and other issues may last a lifetime.

Skull Defects and Skull Abnormalities – Skull defects have been linked to a mother’s use of Zoloft during pregnancy. It has been reported that a child has more than double the risk of developing Craniosynostosis if their mother took Zoloft during pregnancy.

Club Foot – Club foot defects have also been linked to a mother’s use of Zoloft during pregnancy. Club foot often appears as though one or both feet are turned inward, and may require surgery or therapy to repair.

Anal Atresia – Anal atresia may be caused by a mother’s use of Zoloft during pregnancy. Surgery is often required to repair this birth defect.

Call us for a free Zoloft lawyer consultation!

At the Law Offices of Jason Turchin, we can fight the manufacturer of Zoloft to seek the most money for your child’s injuries and to get you the money you deserve.

If your child was injured by Zoloft, you may be entitled to recover money for medical expenses, out of pocket expenses, and the pain and suffering of your child.

We look forward to speaking with you more to see how we can help you with your potential Zoloft case. We work on a contingency fee, which means we don’t get paid any money unless you get compensated.

Contact our firm now or call (800) 337-7755. It’s a free consultation!

At the Law Offices of Jason Turchin and through our network of nationwide airbag attorneys, our Zoloft injury attorneys can represent children in Florida, and throughout the United States who may have been injured by the use of Zoloft in utero.

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