Get more informabout about your potential ketek lawsuit
Weitz and Luxenberg is no longer accepting Ketek cases.
After an internal FDA memo reported a Ketek link to four deaths and 12 cases
of liver failure, French drug manufacturer Sanofi-Aventis changed the drug's
label to add a warning about hepatoxicity--chemical-driven liver damage.
Additionally, it has been discovered that Ketek can produce changes in the electrical conduction systems of the heart, which can result in sudden cardiac death.
The FDA had rejected the drug in 2001 and 2003, asking for more safety information. The Wall Street Journal stated that US lawmakers questioned the FDA's 2004 approval of the drug.
A Ketek lawyer can help you make important legal decisions if you or a loved one has been harmed by the drug. Ketek lawsuits are restricted by your state's statute of limitations. For that reason, it is best to contact a lawyer as soon as you realize you've been injured.
People who have suffered from Ketek side effects such as liver damage, liver damage requiring a liver transplant, or hepatitis that requires hospitalization, and those who have lost loved ones due to the effects of Ketek are in good hands with Weitz & Luxenberg's Ketek attorneys. To find out if you qualify for a lawsuit, fill out this simple form. Your Ketek lawsuit will be evaluated by a legal expert as quickly as possible.
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