Was your child exposed to opioids before birth?

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Get the money your child deserves

If your child was exposed to opioids during pregnancy, you could be entitled to money for medical care, counseling, education and more.

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We don’t collect any fees until we win for you.

We will fight to get you and your child the medical, addiction treatment, counseling, education and transportation assistance you need.

Legal help for opioid-affected children

Our lead attorneys have represented thousands of clients and recovered billions of dollars for their clients through repeated success in high-stakes litigation.

Submit your information to determine your eligibility.

Learn from medical expert Brent Bell PA-C, Ph.D in this video:

Did you know Opioids can cause birth defects?

Children exposed to opioid painkillers in their mother’s womb have a higher risk of birth defects, including:

  • Learning disabilities
  • Walking and talking delays
  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), hyperactivity or impulsivity
  • Behavioral disorders, aggressiveness or poor social engagement
  • Delayed physical growth
  • Depression and other mental illnesses
  • Birth defects such as club foot, spina bifida, heart defects, cleft palate, hydrocephalus, esophageal atresia, gastroschisis, anorectal atresia, or diaphragmatic hernia

It’s not your fault

“When I was pregnant, the doctor who prescribed me OxyContin never told me it would affect my baby.”

— Opioid Justice client

File your claim today

  • Purdue Pharma, maker of OxyContin and other dangerous opioids – including Butrans, Dilaudid, Hysingla ER, MS Contin, Palladone, OxyIR, OxyFast, Ryzolt, and Targiniq ER – filed for bankruptcy in September 2019.
  • Generics, including Buprenorphine, Dihydrocodeine, Hydrocodone (generic to Vicodin), Hydromorphone, Morphine, Oxycodone (generic to Percocet), and Tramadol, are also included.
  • File your claim before time runs out.

We will protect your privacy

Children’s claims will be filed anonymously, and your information will never be shared with government agencies.

Here to help, not to judge

Our nation’s newborns are suffering from real, provable damages related to their mothers’ exposure to prescription opioids. Are you caring for one of these children?

Get the help your child needs

Time is running out to file your claim.

The sooner you contact us, the more we can help.