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If you or a loved one has been harmed or subjected to serious side effects as a result of an unsafe drug or prescription medication, you deserve to have a dangerous drug attorney on your side, advocating for the rights and compensation you deserve. 

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AndroGel AndroGel® is a prescription testosterone medication used by men experiencing low testosterone levels due to an associated medical condition. View more
Botox Botox® injections are approved by the FDA for the treatment of many conditions including bleblepharospasm, cervical dystonia, and hyperhydrosis and there have been reports of cases involving hospitalization and even death. View more
Byetta Byetta® is an injectable prescription medication used to improve blood sugar control in individuals with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. In the past few years, the FDA has begun investigating the link between Byetta® usage and liver failure, pancreatic cancer and thyroid cancer. View more
Prior to the fall of 2006, Depakote® was prescribed to pregnant women without certain warnings. Mothers from across the country began filing reports of significant birth defects after Depakote® use. View more
Effexor®, an anti-depressant manufactured by Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (now owned by Pfizer, Inc.), is used to treat depression, anxiety and other mood disorders.   View more
Invokana Invokana® is medication created to control type 2 diabetes and has been linked to ketoacidosis. View more
Januvia Januvia® is a once-a-day prescription pill used, along with regular diet and exercise, to help control blood glucose levels in adults with Type 2 Diabetes. However, shortly after Januvia® was released on the market, studies revealed serious, potentially fatal side effects. View more

Onglyza® and Kombiglyze XR®

Type 2 diabetes affects millions of Americans. These patients rely on safe and effective drugs to control their disease. Two medications marketed by pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca have sparked safety concerns over the years — Onglyza® and Kombiglyze XR®. View more


A batch of hyaluronic acid injections used to treat osteoarthritis of the knee have been recalled due to contamination with a microbe that can lead to serious side effects.  The injections that have been voluntarily recalled are the Synvisc-One® brand, also called Hylan G-F 20, that were administered to patients between October 25, 2017 and December 18, 2017.  View more


Tylenol® is currently the most popular painkiller in the United States. A high dosage of acetaminophen can lead to liver failure when the liver is performing its primary role – to purify and clear the body of harmful toxins. View more
Xarelto Xarelto® (rivaroxaban), a well-known blood thinner, has been linked to uncontrollable bleeding, a side effect that can quickly claim lives. View more
Zoloft Zoloft® is a Pfizer, Inc. drug, used for the treatment of depression and other mental conditions. It may be linked to birth defects in children who had prenatal exposure to the drug. View more
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