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The use of the prescription drug Zoloft has been linked to numerous birth defects, injuries, and other complications, particularly when used by pregnant women during their first trimester. This risk may also exist for other selective seratonin reuptake inhibitors (“SSRIs”). If you used Zoloft while pregnant and your baby was born with the following defects, you may be eligible for compensation via a birth defect lawsuit: premature birth, miscarriage, clubbed foot, cleft lip, cleft palate, delayed development, Gastrochisis, enlarged heart, septal heart defects, macrocephaly, craniosynostosis, neural tube defects, and spina bifida

If you or a loved one were taking Zoloft or another SSRI and suffered from one of these complications or birth outcomes, you may be entitled to file a claim against the manufacturer. The time to file such a claim is limited. Do not wait to contact us, or another attorney of your choice, to investigate your potential claim.