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Defective Drugs

We are representing clients that have had defective DePuy artificial hips and Zimmer NexGen  knees implanted.

If you or someone close to you has received these products, it is imperative that they contact their medical provider and consult with an experienced product liability attorney. If you have any questions, please contact us.

We have developed expertise in cases brought for injured consumers that have taken various drugs and  developed a condition known as Stevens-Johnson Syndrome. In Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, there is blistering of mucous membranes, typically in the mouth or eyes. In toxic epidermal necrolysis, which is a more serious complication there is also blistering of mucous membranes, and the layer of the person’s skin peels off in sheets from large areas of the body. Both disorders are life threatening or can be permanently disabling. These horrible reactions to drugs are known by the drug companies and many choose to market their drugs without measures to insure their safety.

If you or someone close to you has developed Stevens-Johnson Syndrome you should consult with an experienced product liability attorney. If you have any questions, please contact us at 612-333-7733


Other Drugs and Medical Devices

We have handled these cases over the years and continue to do so.  If you have specific questions or concerns about a drug or medical device, please feel free to call us for a no charge consultation.



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