Topamax Lawyer | Serving Acworth, GA
Representing The Injured For Over 40 Years!
At Kaufman Law, P.C., our team of Atlanta personal injury lawyers is devoted to protecting the rights of injured victims and their families. Over the past 40 years, we have had the opportunity to assist accident victims throughout nearly the entire state of Georgia in almost every type of personal injury case. It is through this extensive experience that we have the ability …
Topamax, a drug to treat epilepsy and severe migraine headaches, is linked to certain birth defects. Women who used Topamax early in their pregnancies may have given birth to babies born with an oral cleft deformity, fetal or skeletal deformities.
If you used Topamax in your first trimester and gave birth to a child with birth defects related to Tomamax, you should consult with an Acworth lawyer experienced litigating Tomamax cases. The lawyer will review your use of Topamax to determine if you are entitled to compensation. The lawyer can file your lawsuit and may be able to negotiate a settlement.
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