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Zofran Lawsuits

Zofran Lawsuit

The anti-nausea drug Zofran has been linked to a 30% increase in birth defects when taken during pregnancy. Birth defects from Zofran include heart defects, cleft lip and cleft palate.

If you used Zofran for nausea or morning sickness while pregnant and had a baby born with heart defects, cleft palate, or cleft lip you may be eligible for a Zofran lawsuit. The FDA never approved Zofran for use in pregnant women, however it has been used “off label” to treat morning sickness and nausea during pregnancy. If you had a child born with serious birth defects after taking Zofran while pregnant, contact us today for a free case evaluation.

Dangerous Drugs

Our dangerous drug lawyers are nationally recognized for their experience in representing people harmed by these products. Together, they have helped to negotiate billions of dollars in settlements.


NastLaw attorneys are nationally recognized for their antitrust experience and leadership and have successfully litigated dozens of major antitrust cases to protect consumers and businesses.

Defective Medical Devices

Nastlaw attorneys have decades of experience litigating medical devices. Our attorneys have been appointed to national leadership positions in various device Multi-District Litigations nationwide.

Class Actions

Many of the cases we work on become class actions or multi-district litigations. Our experienced class action attorneys can often be found on the leadership committees in major class action lawsuits.

Vehicle Recalls

NastLaw is one of the nations leading firms for vehicle recall lawsuits. We are currently involved in the major class action lawsuits for General Motors Ignition Switches and Takata Airbag Explosions.

Other Civil Litigation

Our firm is also involved in the NFL Concussion Lawsuits, for example, representing former NFL players claiming that the NFL obscured the truth about the cause, treatment, and consequences of concussions.