Zofran and Birth DefectsZofran, an anti-nausea drug that is used “off-label” for morning sickness, has been linked to an increased risk of birth defects, including heart defects and cleft palate, according to several recent studies. Numerous Zofran lawsuits are being filed across the country against GlaxoSmithKlein, the manufacturer of Zofran.

For example, a lawsuit has been filed by a woman who took Zofran during her first trimester of pregnancy and had a baby with three heart defects, facial deformities, webbed toes, and a number of other birth defects. Solberg Stewart Miller is investigating possible Zofran lawsuits. Solberg Stewart Miller represents people injured by bad drugs. We do not represent drug manufacturers. We do not represent GlaxoSmithKline.

Solberg Stewart Miller represents plaintiffs on a contingent-fee basis, which means that if there is no recovery there will be no fees. Attorney consultations incur no obligation on your part and all initial consultations are free of charge. If Solberg Stewart Miller agrees to accept your case, the attorney fees are based on a percentage of your recovery. There are strict time deadlines, called Statutes of Limitations, which must be met in all cases. If you took Zofran while pregnant and your baby was born with significant birth defects, you must file and serve your lawsuit before the time deadline or you will be forever barred from bringing such a case.

Fortunately, if you used Zofran in in North Dakota or Minnesota the time deadlines are longer than in some other states. Nevertheless, there are still strict time deadlines in North Dakota and Minnesota, just like other states, and if you miss the deadline you cannot pursue your claim. Therefore, if you believe that your baby has suffered birth defects caused by Zofran you should immediately contact an attorney.

It appears that many babies may have been harmed by Zofran. If you or a family member were on Zofran and your baby was born with significant birth defects please contact our North Dakota and Minnesota Zofran Injury Attorneys today and get the legal protection that you deserve. Call attorney Todd Miller, attorney Mike Miller or attorney Dan Phillips at 1.877.237.3166 (toll free) or 237.3166 (Fargo) or send an email message to tmiller@solberglaw.com.