If you have been injured after taking Ambien, you may be entitled to seek compensation through a South Carolina personal injury claim. A Charleston dangerous product lawyer will evaluate your case to determine if you qualify.
Ambien has been called a dangerous drug because of some of its serious side effects. One of the more dangerous aspects of taking Ambien is amnesia or memory loss when under the influence of the drug.
Reports have been made of people driving their cars, eating or participating in other activities which they cannot remember. Additionally, since Ambien can cause dizziness and difficulty with balance, some may be injured from falls.
While Ambien has been shown to be helpful in treating insomnia, a sleeping disorder that prevents individuals from falling and/or staying asleep, it has also been linked to other serious side effects.
Dangerous side effects of Ambien have included vision problems, a “drugged” feeling, headache, loss of coordination and psychological difficulties such as depression or suicidal thoughts.
You may be eligible to file a South Carolina personal injury claim if you have been injured after taking Ambien. A Charleston dangerous product lawyer will take the time to sit down and discuss with you all of the legal options you may have available.
Seeking the Help of a Charleston Dangerous Product Lawyer
The South Carolina personal injury attorney team at the Shelly Leeke Law Firm is available to help accident victims cope with the legal implications of a serious injury. Our firm’s focus on personal injury cases includes injury from auto accidents including pedestrian and bicycle injuries, work-related injuries and Workers’ Compensation claims, and injuries resulting from dangerous prescription drugs.
Before you file a South Carolina personal injury claim, request a free copy of our South Carolina injury book. When you’re ready to get started on settling your accident claim, contact a Charleston dangerous product lawyer for a free information packet and consultation – 1-888-690-0211.