Metformin Lawsuit Lawyers
DIABETES DRUG LAWSUITS IN GA
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Dangerous side effects have been reported against some of the most commonly prescribed Type 2 diabetes drugs. Many of the individuals who have been affected have already filed lawsuits against some of the major pharmaceutical companies, including Merck (Januvia and Janumet), Bristol-Meyers Squibb (Byetta), and Amylin due to the reported increased risk of developing pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer.
COMPLAINTS ALLEGE FAILURE TO ISSUE WARNINGS
The lawsuits allege that the manufacturers knew about the alleged increased risk but failed to send warnings to the public. This means that not only were patients misled about the safety of the drug, but the companies proliferated the secret for several years before the effects began coming to light. Millions of people have already filed across the entire nation, and if you would like additional information, contact our team of Atlanta personal injury lawyers.
Some of the complications sufferers have reported include:
- Elevated heart rate
- Increased breathing rate
- Nausea or vomiting
- Unusual shifts in blood pressure
- Abdominal and back pain
- Inflammation of the pancreas
It has also been reported that some individuals may continue to suffer from complications, even long after they stop taking the drugs. Surviving family members of the injured have also come forward to file wrongful death lawsuits for negligence, misrepresentation, and concealment of the risks. Claimants are seeking compensation for the economic and emotional damages suffered from these drugs.
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The advantage of hiring an Atlanta injury attorney is that we continuously stay on top of all the latest information concerning dangerous drugs. This is especially crucial in helping to develop a strong case that considers all of the advancements and options that are available. Our team is renowned for being results-driven and forming a personalized solution for you.