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If you or a loved one experienced side effects after using a prescription drug or medical device, you may be eligible for compensation to cover medical bills and other expenses.

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For immediate information, you can reach us on our 24/7 Defective Drug Hotline at 1-888-391-1315.

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Use the form to submit details regarding your potential case. Please provide us with as much information as you have regarding the drugs or devices you used and the correlating side effects.

Include contact details (full name, email and phone number) so that one of our patient advocates can assist you as soon as possible.

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