Drug Injuries and Medication Litigations

Injured By a Medication or Drug?

If you suffered an injury or other severe side effects after taking a drug or medication, you may file a litigation to seek compensation in court.


Testosterone Therapy

Inappropriate Low Testosterone Therapy (Low-T) has been linked to blood clots, heart attacks and other serious side effect


Male teenagers treated with the antipsychotic Risperdal often grew a breast after suffering from gynecomastia, a side effect they were not warned about.



The Xarelto lawsuit is one of the largest litigations in the U.S. history. Almost 20,000 victims suffered from uncontrolled bleedings and haemorrages after taking America’s number one blood thinner.


Plavix is a blood thinner that is currently associated with serious adverse reactions such as heart attacks and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura.


Benicar is an antihypertensive medication used to reduce blood pressure which may cause life-threatening diarrhea and weight loss.



Taxotere is a popular chemotherapy agent which causes patients’ hair to fall off. Nobody warned them that this form of alopecia was permanent, however


Eliquis is a dangerous anticoagulant that can threaten a patient’s life since no antidote can reverse its effects once a bleeding occurs.

Nexium and Prilosec

Nexium and Prilosec are apparently harmless heartburn medications that may cause serious side effects such as bone fractures, kidney damage and chronic diarrhea.




Abilify is an often overprescribed antipsychotic drug that is associated to compulsive behaviors, gambling and loss of control.




Invokana is a medication used to treat diabetes. It is associated with serious side effects such as urinary tract infections, bone fractures and cardiovascular issues.


Levaquin is a popular antibiotic used to treat urinary and respiratory infections. Recently, it was associated with a risk of permanent muscle and tendon damage and peripheral neuropathy.


Zofran is an antiemetic medication that was inappropriately prescribed to pregnant women as an off-label treatment for morning sickness despite its fetal toxicity.



Concerta is a medication prescribet to children who suffer from Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). However, it may lead to suicidal thoughts and cardiovascolar issues.



Although Onglyza is used to tread Type-2 Diabetes, studies found a dangerous association with heart failures and pancreatic cancer.


Accutane is a medication used to treat acne, but teenagers who used it later suffered from serious gastrointestinal inflammation, psychiatric disorders and liver damage.


Bravelle is a hormone used to stimulate ovulation in infertile women. However, many batches were later found to be defective leading patients to seek compensation.