Effexor® and Birth Defects
Data from various international studies show that some antidepressants may cause birth defects. The FDA has issued warnings about certain antidepressants since 2005, and their capability of causing birth defects.
At Baum Hedlund, we have made it our priority to establish the link between antidepressants like Effexor (venlafaxine) and Pristiq (desvenlafaxine) and the following birth defects:
Our legal team has more experience handling antidepressant birth defect litigation than any other law firm in the United States. Ten experienced attorneys from two prestigious law firms work tirelessly to bring the makers of these defective antidepressants to justice.
Recognized preeminent plaintiffs firms Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman and Robinson Calcagnie Robinson Shapiro Davis, Inc. continue to be in the forefront of antidepressant litigation. Our team has decades of combined experience handling pharmaceutical product liability, consumer class actions and mass tort litigation against major drug companies. Our Effexor birth defect lawyers have also successfully handled more than 3,000 SSRI-antidepressant cases in the past two decades.
If your baby was born with a birth defect and you took an antidepressant like Effexor or Pristiq during your pregnancy, you may be entitled to compensation. Receive a free case evaluation by contacting our Effexor birth defect law firm today.