The Mulligan Law Firm is Evaluating SSRI (Prozac®, Zoloft®, Lexapro®, Celexa®, and Paxil®) Alleged Birth Defect Injury Cases

The Mulligan Law Firm announces that it is evaluating and investigating cases where the usage of SSRI antidepressants such as Prozac®, Zoloft®, Lexapro®, Celexa®, and Paxil® has allegedly led to serious birth defects.

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Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 7, 2009

The Mulligan Law Firm (http://www.mulliganlaw.com) has started evaluating alleged birth defect injury claims involving the use if SSRI antidepressants such as Prozac®, Zoloft®, Lexapro®, Celexa®, and Paxil®.

Evidence shows that SSRI antidepressant use during pregnancy is allegedly linked to birth defects such as:

  •     heart defects
  •     anencephaly (a brain defect at birth)
  •     omphacele (a birth defect in which the infant's intestine or other
abdominal organs stick out of the belly button)
  •     PPHN (Babies with PPHN have high-pressure in the blood vessels of their lungs; and, therefore, are unable to get sufficient oxygen into their bloodstream.)
  •     other birth defects    
If you or a loved one knows of a baby born with birth defects after the mother took antidepressants during pregnancy you should contact The Mulligan Law Firm immediately. The firm is very interested in speaking with you, and evaluating and investigating the potential alleged case.

The Mulligan Law Firm is now offering a free evaluation and investigation of potential claims related to mothers and infants whom may have suffered from the tragedy of alleged birth defects following the use of SSRI antidepressants such as Prozac®, Zoloft®, Lexapro®, Celexa®, and Paxil® during pregnancy.

The attorneys of The Mulligan Law Firm emphasize that in personal injury cases it is vital that steps are taken to preserve all available evidence, and to allow physicians and/or other expert witnesses to thoroughly evaluate any and all alleged potential injuries.

Moreover, statutes of limitations require potential plaintiffs to act within certain established time-frames. Any failure or delay in contacting an attorney may result in a potential claimant losing his or her rights.

Do not delay: contact The Mulligan Law Firm today if you have questions and concerns about birth defects allegedly related to the use of SSRI antidepressants such as Prozac®, Zoloft®, Lexapro®, Celexa®, and Paxil®.

About The Mulligan Law Firm:

The Mulligan Law Firm was formed in 1995. The firm has successfully represented thousands of individuals in a wide variety of practice areas in federal and state courts throughout the United States, and has achieved recoveries for its clients exceeding well over $600 million U.S. dollars. The firm obtained an AV rating with Martindale-Hubbell which indicates very high to preeminent legal ability and very high ethical standards as established by confidential opinions from members of the Bar.

The Mulligan Law Firm would like to hear from you to discuss your potential claim.

For more information on birth defects and SSRI use and The Mulligan Law Firm, see the website: http://www.mulliganlaw.com

The Mulligan Law Firm's Texas, California, and Florida Lawyers / Attorneys are evauating nationwide claims.

The Mulligan Law Firm represents clients throughout the United States in conjunction with local counsel licensed in other jurisdictions.

Contact:

Patrick J. Mulligan, Lawyer / Attorney*
Eric Gruenwald, Lawyer / Attorney**
The Mulligan Law Firm
214-219-9779, EXT. 245
866-529-0001, EXT. 245
Email: help@mulliganlaw.com

For details about our attorneys and areas of practice, see:
http://www.mulliganlaw.com

*Licensed in Texas & Georgia.
**Licensed in California only.


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