Cox-2 Inhibitors Fatal Side Effects – What You Need To Know

Once touted as a safer and better class of pain medicines with limited gastrointestinal effects, Vioxx (Rofecoxib) and Bextra (Valdexicob) have been removed from the market, and Celebrex (Celecoxib), which is within the same family of Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs), is now dispensed with a black box warning of its potentially fatal side effects. Its important to call an experienced Vioxx lawyer. A Vioxx lawyer has the know how to guide your claim to a successful result. A Vioxx lawyer can effectively pull together the resources you need to get the right results.

A Product Liability Lawyer can help with:

Tamiflu and Relenza
Avandia Recall
Kugel Mesh Recall
Ortho Evra Patch Side Effects
Cox 2 Inhibitors
Vioxx Claim (Rofecoxib)
Bextra
Danger of Bextra (Valdexicob)
E Coli Poisoning Symptom
Guidant Heart Defibrillators
Metronics Heart Defibrillators
Serevent
Orlistat Side Effects
Bausch Lomb Recall
Drug Clinical Trials
Have you or someone you know suffered from Cox-2 Inhibitors Fatal Side Effects? Contact us for a free consultation on your potential legal claim against Cox-2 Inhibitors Fatal Side Effects today!

Studies indicate that chronic use of these drugs may increase a person’s risk of serious blood clots, heart attacks and strokes threefold. The drugs may also cause kidney problems. If you or a loved one feel that you are at an increased risk for any one of the ailments listed above and have taken Vioxx, Bextra or Celecoxib you should consider calling a Vioxx law firm, a Bextra law firm or a Celecoxib law firm immediately. Here you will be able to consult with a Vioxx attorney, a Bextra attorney or a Celecoxib attorney to discuss your potential claim.

There is some evidence that Merck & Co., Inc., the company responsible for placing Vioxx on the market, was well aware of the increased risks the drug posed to patients, yet hid those findings for the sake of profits. A Vioxx lawyer has the very documents which prove what Merck knew and when it knew it. Merck marketed its product without adequately warning consumers or physicians of the potential effects, causing death and injury to countless Americans. Pfizer Inc., the company that manufactured Bextra, initially claimed its drug did not have the same cardiovascular effects as Vioxx, but the drug was pulled from the market after studies of chronic use indicated that it also posed severe cardiovascular risks for consumers. A Bextra lawyer can help you process your claim and obtain the compensation you deserve. Similar cardiovascular effects of Celebrex were discovered in studies that revealed threats posed by Bextra. Though the FDA has not removed Celebrex from the market, it has issued a black box warning for the drug, the most severe warning placed on prescription drug labels. Your Celebrex lawyer has access to the documents which the FDA relied upon in making its decisions. The FDA forbids advertisements to physicians regarding the availability of drugs for which it has issued a black box warning.

On August 19, 2005, a Texas jury found pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co. liable for the death of a man who took the once-popular painkiller Vioxx, awarding his widow $253.4 million in compensatory and punitive damages in the first of thousands of lawsuits pending across the country. As a Vioxx attorney, and a Vioxx lawyer, we can help you achieve the results your case deserves.

Have you or someone you know suffered from Cox-2 Inhibitors Fatal Side Effects? Contact us for a free consultation on your potential legal claim against Cox-2 Inhibitors Fatal Side Effects today!

Please visit our links page on this Web site for more information regarding Cox-2 Inhibitors (Vioxx, Bextra and Celebrex).

Michael Gunzburg is a New York Cox-2 Inhibitor Recall Attorney serving the New York Metropolitan area, including New York City, Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland and Orange County.

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