The Zoloft Lawsuit Center provides information about the SSRI antidepressant Zoloft, its link to birth defects and the serious side effects it causes.

Zoloft Lawsuit Center

Zoloft in particular has been linked to a variety of birth defects in children born to mothers who were taking the drug while pregnant.


Any woman who became pregnant while taking Zoloft should speak to a doctor immediately, to assess the risks to an unborn child or to discuss treatment for a child born with a defect.

Zoloft Lawsuit: What do I do now?

Because of the inadequate warnings given to those prescribed Zoloft, parents of children injured before birth are now bringing lawsuits seeking to be compensated for the harms suffered.


If you took Zoloft while pregnant, and your baby was born with a cleft lip or palate, a clubbed foot, breathing problems, or a heart, stomach, or brain defect, start the process of making a claim against the drug’s manufacturer now by filling out the secure form on this page.

Zoloft Lawsuit: How much can I get?

Zoloft (sertraline) can cause various birth defects, injuries, and other complications when taken by expectant mothers during the first trimester of a pregnancy, including persistent pulmonary hypertension, omphalocele, and septal defects.

Unborn children exposed to Zoloft during the third trimester face a number of health risks, including: respiratory problems; apnea; seizures; feeding difficulties; hypoglycemia; constant crying; and more.

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