New York Defective Medications Lawyer
Not all medications prescribed by your doctor are safe. Many drug companies create and manufacture drugs that are dangerous and can cause serious side-effects. When this happens, drug manufacturers are responsible for the harm that they cause and for putting profits over people. The defective drug lawyers at Sobo & Sobo can help you recover the fair compensation you deserve if you were injured by a defective medication.
The attorneys at Sobo & Sobo are currently investigating many defective drugs that are causing problems to patients. Listed below, you will find all of the drugs we are investigating as well as information about adverse symptoms and what next steps you should take if you believe you have been harmed by one of them.
The last thing you need to find out after taking medication that is supposed to help you get better is that the drug is could cause you serious harm and potentially kill you. Actos is one of those drugs. Used to treat type-2 diabetes, the trouble with Actos began when adverse incident reports began to indicate…Read More
Have you or someone you love been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and been taking Invokana? If so, have you been experiencing serious side effects such as severe urinary tract infections or kidney failure? Have they suffered a stroke or heart attack? Have they had to suffer through the devastating amputation of a toe or…Read More
Januvia is a drug prescribed to help patients with type-2 diabetes. With the increase in the number of Americans that have diabetes, drugs like Januvia have become incredibly popular. Most diabetics manage their condition with a combination of diet, exercise, and drugs. Unfortunately, patients taking Januvia began reporting side effects including serious ones such as…Read More
Have you or someone you love been taking Onglyza to control high blood sugar and type 2 diabetes? Have You Suffered From… Heart failure Congestive heart failure Severe joint pain Upper respiratory tract infection Urinary tract infection Headaches Pancreatitis Pancreatic cancer Thyroid cancer Severe, life-threatening allergy reactions Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) Blisters, breakdown of outer…Read More
Pradaxa is a drug prescribed for the prevention of strokes in atrial fibrillation patients. Unfortunately, Pradaxa has been linked to thousands of adverse events resulting from side effects as well as over 1,000 deaths. Patients taking the anticoagulant have been known to literally bleed to death from a minor cut. If you are taking Pradaxa, you…Read More
Risperdal is a drug initially developed to treat schizophrenia which has also been prescribed for symptoms of autism and bipolar disorder. It has been known to lead to serious health issues and sometimes even death to the user. Risperdal side effects: Children have a gynecomastia risk five times higher than the label indicated High psychological…Read More
Is talcum powder carcinogenic or not? Is Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder and other talc-based products they market, such as Shower-to-Shower, the causal factor in ovarian cancer? This question has been the foundation of numerous lawsuits, and a definitive answer appears to be unavailable. If you or someone you know is a victim of a…Read More
Taxotere is a very popular chemotherapy drug that gained initial Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval in 1996. It was designed and sold by pharmaceutical company Sanofi. It was approved for the treatment of many types of cancers, but it is prescribed primarily for breast cancer in women. Taxotere is so popular with doctors that…Read More
Victoza (Liraglutide) is a drug that was created to improve blood sugar levels in people who suffer from Type 2 diabetes. Victoza was designed to help better control blood glucose levels and lower hypoglycemia after ingesting food. The drug allows for increased insulin levels when the body needs it, but it also decreases the appetite, thus…Read More
Vioxx also referred to as rofecoxib, was sold as a prescription pain reliever and anti-inflammatory medication to treat acute pain, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, migraine, and dysmenorrhoea. In 1999 it was approved by the FDA sales to the public began. Five years later it was pulled off the market in response to close to 27,000 lawsuits…Read More
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently recalled Zantac, a popular heartburn medication, from store shelves after finding dangerous levels of possible carcinogen NDMA in pills that are improperly stored at high temperatures, and for long periods of time. If you or someone you know has been taking Zantac and have fallen ill, you…Read More
Shingles can be a horribly painful disease. Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, is a viral disease that causes painful tracts of rashes on the skin. The virus is the same virus that causes chickenpox. If you had chickenpox as a kid, the virus can remain in your cells for years, only to revitalize later…Read More