Kidney failure, otherwise known as renal failure is a severe condition which may be linked to the defective prescription drug Actos
which has been used to treat type 2 diabetes. If you or a loved one have suffered for any severe side effects cause by the taking and Actos Drug contact the Defective Medical Drug Attorneys
at the Downtown LA law Firm.
What is Acute Kidney Failure
Kidney failure basically a decrease in the filtration rat of the organ an can be detected through the testing fie elevated levels of the serum creatinine. Symptoms of kidney failure may vary based on the level of damage by the drug and the general health of the individual. Some common signs and symptoms of acute kidney failure due to the intake of Actos include:
Can a File A Lawsuit for Kidney Failure cause by taking Actors:
- Bloody Stools
- General Fatigue
- Pain in the side or flank of the torso
- Increase in blood pressure
- Persistent Nose Bleeds
Filing a lawsuit for injuries resulting from the intake of Actos can be a challenging process. Generally with regard to defective prescription drug medication injuries there are three ways in which a plaintiff is able to prove his claim and receive monetary compensation. (1) Injury based on a defectively designed medication (2) Injury based on defect in the manufacturing process of prescription drug. (3) Injury based on the failure to warn those prescribed the drug of the known and possible dangers and side effects associated with the medication.
How do I find the right Attorney to take my case:
Filing an defective drug lawsuit against drug companies can be a challenging. Downtown L.A. Law will work with victims which have suffered adverse side effects due to the use of Actos. Our goal is to make sure injured parties recover for injuries including past and future medical expenses, pain and suffering and lost income. Actos is also marketed by U.S. drug manufacturer Eli Lilly & Co., and our attorneys will make sure that they will be held accountable for your injuries.
Actos Generic Name:
Actosplus Met XR
Choride & Metformin Hydrochloride
July 15, 1999
Eli Lilly & Co.
Type 2 Diabetes