Prescription Opioids

death, addiction, addiction recovery, hospitalization, income loss
Prescription Opioids

ABOUT PRESCRIPTION OPIOIDS

The prescription opioid epidemic is one of the most serious issues facing our nation. The drug companies, pharmaceutical distributors, pharmacies, and physicians have negligently distributed life-threatening opioid products despite the numerous studies of how highly addictive and dangerous they are.

PURPOSE OF THE DRUGS

Prescription opioids are used to relieve pain associated with injury, long-term bodily degeneration, and surgery. Each year hundreds of millions of prescription opioid pills are sold across America. Experts in the medical field have challenged that these numbers far exceed the actual need.

SAFETY ISSUES

Data gathered through countless independent studies conducted by medical professionals, healthcare researchers, crime and security experts, scientists, and economists build the evidence establishing this crisis and who is at fault. Drug companies, pharmaceutical distributors, pharmacies, and physicians have negligently distributed peerless and potentially life-threatening opioid products all while knowing the dangerous they may pose to users, and the following statistics. Each day 90 Americans die at the hands of opioids. 30 percent of people who fill a 30-day opioid prescription will still be taking them a year later because of their highly addictive nature. Countless babies are born already addicted due to prescription opioids. These are only few of the staggering safety concerns related to the use of opioid products.

HOW BERNSTEIN, DECAILLY & MARSHALL, PLLC CAN HELP

Bernstein, DeCailly & Marshall, PLLC is ready to help individuals and affected groups, including: Native American Tribes, municipalities, cities, and non-governmental organizations (NGO). For more information on how the team is helping others and for specific data on the state of this legal matter, contact us immediately for a no-cost case evaluation. There is a chance you may be entitled to compensation. The irresponsibility on the part of the drug companies, pharmaceutical distributors, pharmacies, and physicians is egregious, and consumers and affected groups should understand the risks and how to protect themselves.

Prescription Opioids

death, addiction, addiction recovery, hospitalization, income loss
Prescription Opioids

ABOUT PRESCRIPTION OPIOIDS

The prescription opioid epidemic is one of the most serious issues facing our nation. The drug companies, pharmaceutical distributors, pharmacies, and physicians have negligently distributed life-threatening opioid products despite the numerous studies of how highly addictive and dangerous they are.

PURPOSE OF THE DRUGS

Prescription opioids are used to relieve pain associated with injury, long-term bodily degeneration, and surgery. Each year hundreds of millions of prescription opioid pills are sold across America. Experts in the medical field have challenged that these numbers far exceed the actual need.

SAFETY ISSUES

Data gathered through countless independent studies conducted by medical professionals, healthcare researchers, crime and security experts, scientists, and economists build the evidence establishing this crisis and who is at fault. Drug companies, pharmaceutical distributors, pharmacies, and physicians have negligently distributed peerless and potentially life-threatening opioid products all while knowing the dangerous they may pose to users, and the following statistics. Each day 90 Americans die at the hands of opioids. 30 percent of people who fill a 30-day opioid prescription will still be taking them a year later because of their highly addictive nature. Countless babies are born already addicted due to prescription opioids. These are only few of the staggering safety concerns related to the use of opioid products.

HOW BERNSTEIN, DECAILLY & MARSHALL, PLLC CAN HELP

Bernstein, DeCailly & Marshall, PLLC is ready to help individuals and affected groups, including Native American Tribes, municipalities, cities, and non-governmental organizations (NGO). For more information on how the team is helping others and for specific data on the state of this legal matter, contact us immediately for a no-cost case evaluation. There is a chance you may be entitled to compensation. The irresponsibility on the part of the drug companies, pharmaceutical distributors, pharmacies, and physicians is egregious, and consumers and affected groups should understand the risks and how to protect themselves.

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