Mother awarded $4M in Topamax lawsuit

The seizure drug Topamax was determined by a group of Philadelphia jurors to be the primary cause of fetal birth defects in April Czimmer’s son. The Philadelphia jury convened for less than an hour on October 30 before deciding to award Czimmer $4.02 million.

Czimmer reportedly took Topamax for six months prior to giving birth to a baby boy with a cleft lip.

Janssen Pharmaceutical, a division of Johnson & Johnson, is communicating intentions to appeal their guilty verdict.

If you have experienced the difficulty of dealing with devastating birth injuries, contact The Driscoll Firm at (800) 305-9800 to find out what we can do to assist you. You might be owed compensation from the medical professional who caused your baby to have cerebral palsy or other birth defects.


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