Opioid Makers, Distributors Sued for Problems with Newborns Complaint

August 5, 2020

The plaintiffs in this case are two babies, Baby AM and Baby RH, who were born dependent on opioids. The complaint says, “The first days of Baby Plaintiffs’ lives were spent in excruciating pain as doctors weaned the infants from opioid addiction.” This class action brings suit against a long list of pharmaceutical makers, and marketers, and distributors who had a hand in “flood[ing] the market with highly addictive, dangerous opioids, whether through the primary prescription market … [or] the secondary market.”

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