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Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 24, 2013
Mothers whose children suffered injuries which they suspect linked to their use of SSRI anti-depressant medications during pregnancy can now discuss their legal options, nationwide, through a new information campaign launched by attorneys with McDonaldWorley.com.
Mothers with children born with an alleged SSRI birth defect who took medications such as Zoloft, Paxil, Lexapro, Celexa or other medications qualify and are encouraged to contact the firm immediately to discuss legal options and any financial recovery that may be available to them under the law.
Alleged problems linked to taking antidepressants use include:
- Spina Bifida
- Club Foot
- Heart Defects
- Coarctation of Aorta
- Other Problems
"No child is a burden, but it is not just that the multiple surgeries and medical care costs associated with these problems be born by the families if the alleged claims are found to have merit in court," stated Donald S. Worley, lead attorney with the firm.
According to the firm, qualifying cases can be taken on a contingency basis, meaning there is no cost to the family unless the case is won in court. Every inquiry is given the full attention of an attorney, not a paralegal, and parents can discuss their legal options in a calm, respectful environment without any obligation.
"We aren't able to turn back the clock, we can't undo injuries that were suffered, but our legal team can help families get back to what matters, help hold those responsible accountable, and get what compensation the law may provide," added Mr. Worley when interviewed.
Case evaluations are completely secure, and confidential, and being offered for a limited time for mothers whose children suffer from problems or defects that may be related to SSRI medication use.
To discuss the details of a case and learn the legal options: http://www.mcdonaldworley.com/case-evaluation.php