A Crestor® lawsuit can be filed by an individual who has suffered serious injuries related to Crestor® or by a family member who has died from injuries related to the drug. Lawsuits are being pursued based on the drug company’s failure to adequately warn consumers that Crestor® is linked to serious and potentially life threatening side effects.
If you are a Crestor® user, and experienced any of the following injuries, you should contact our lawyers immediately.
- Heart Attack
- Type 2 Diabetes
- Cardiac Death
- Kidney Failure
Patients who have been injured by this drug have the legal right to seek compensation for their injuries. A successful Crestor® lawsuit can compensate victims for medical expenses, loss of income, disability, and psychological suffering.
It's important to understand that there is a time limit in which the plaintiff can file a lawsuit. The legal term for the time limit is called the statute of limitations. The time limit usually starts from either the time the side effects were diagnosed, or the time of death was pronounced.
An individual or class action Crestor® lawsuit can be filed. In a class action lawsuit, the pool of plaintiffs will share in the settlement awarded. There is no cost involved with filing a lawsuit. Our lawyers work on a contingency fee basis, which means that you do not pay any legal fees unless you win the suit. Fees are paid out from the awarded settlement.
Crestor® is a statin used to treat high cholesterol but has a history of serious side effects, including kidney failure, rhabdomyolysis and death. Other reported side effects of Crestor® have been aching, memory loss, fatigue, renal toxicity, neuropathy, fever, vomiting, and kidney problems.
Only a licensed and experienced lawyers experienced with Crestor® litigation can determine if your side effects warrant legal action.
Speak With A Crestor® Lawyer
If you a history of Crestor® use, and suffered a serious side effect, you should speak with a lawyer about your legal rights. You might be eligible for financial compensation. Contact us for a free case review today.