Hardison & Cochran Representing People Injured by Fluoroquinolone Drugs
Hardison & Cochran, Attorneys at Law is assessing potential drug injury claims involving medications that contain fluoroquinolones. The drug injury lawyers at Hardison & Cochran offer a free case review to advise people about whether they have a drug injury lawsuit if they or their loved ones have been injured by medications containing fluoroquinolone.
Fluoroquinolone is an antibiotic used in widely prescribed medications such as Cipro, Levaquin, and Avelox to treat bacterial infections. But these powerful antibiotics have been linked to serious and fatal side effects in some patients.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2018 conducted a safety review and found that fluoroquinolone antibiotics can increase the risk of potentially fatal aortic tears or ruptures in the main artery that carries blood from the heart to the rest of the body.
In 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a safety review after discovering the fluoroquinolones were linked with incapacitating nerve damage side effects.
As a result of preventable injuries caused by unintended drug side effects, many individuals have filed lawsuits against fluoroquinolone drug makers.
Hardison & Cochran is currently reviewing cases involving injuries and deaths caused by fluoroquinolone antibiotics. The law firm takes pride in having experienced and qualified drug injury attorneys who are ready to hold drug manufacturers accountable when their prescription drugs cause harm.
The attorneys at Hardison & Cochran have more than thirty years of experience representing personal injury clients.
Hardison & Cochran Attorneys at Law can help people who have lost a loved one due to a fluoroquinolone side effect. A family may qualify to file a wrongful death claim if a family member took Levaquin, Cipro, and Avelox or other drugs containing fluoroquinolone and experienced a fatal aortic aneurysm.
The fluoroquinolone lawsuits claim that patients experienced preventable health conditions such as peripheral neuropathy, aortic dissection and an aortic aneurysm that led to hospitalization, surgery or even death within six to eight months of taking the drug.
The law firm is committed to helping consumers if they are suffering from injuries such as cardiovascular injuries, nerve damage, tendon damage or ruptured tendon injuries from the drug.
A fluoroquinolone lawsuit attorney from Hardison & Cochran Attorneys at Law can meet for a free and private review of a potential aortic aneurysm or peripheral neuropathy lawsuit. The law firm encourages those who have suffered injuries after taking fluoroquinolone drugs to call as soon as possible.
About Hardison & Cochran Attorneys at Law:
Attorney Benjamin T. Cochran is managing partner of Hardison & Cochran. His vision focuses on offering clients excellent personal service from a team of dedicated professionals with uncompromising integrity. Every lawyer, paralegal and staff member at the firm is committed to meeting the individual needs of their clients.
For more information about Hardison & Cochran Attorneys at Law and their North Carolina Fluoroquinolone Lawsuits services, call Benjamin Cochran at (910)-333-3333 or send him an email at email@example.com. To schedule a consultation, visit their website at https://www.lawyernc.com/.