Lexapro and Zoloft birth defect attorney David Grebel has been actively involved in the litigation of both Zoloft and Lexapro lawsuits. These lawsuits pursue claims on behalf of children that suffered various birth defects, including heart defects, cranial defects, and defects such as spina bifida as a result of their mothers taking Lexapro or Zoloft while they were pregnant. Litigation in the Lexapro birth defect lawsuits has been proceeding in both the City of St. Louis litigation and litigation in the State of Missouri. Depositions have been ongoing of representatives from the manufacturer of Lexapro. To date, the Lexapro lawsuits have been going well and information is being learned about how Lexapro can cause birth defects, including heart and neural tube defects.
Likewise, Zoloft birth defects attorney David Grebel has been involved in litigation against the manufacturers of Zoloft for birth defects children have suffered as a result of their mothers taking Zoloft while pregnant. Zoloft birth defects attorney David Grebel has discovered that children incur these birth defects when the mother is taking Zoloft within the first three months of her pregnancy. This is a time when the development of the child is first beginning and the child may be susceptible to the harmful effects of Zoloft. Zoloft can interfere with the development of the child and lead to various defects such as heart defects, spinal defects, and other various birth defects and malformations.
If you are a mother that took Lexapro or Zoloft while pregnant and have a child with a birth defect, contact Lexapro and Zoloft birth defects attorney David Grebel today at (314) 221-0559.