Recent studies conducted by the FDA and other drug side effect health and safety organizations have shed light onto the significant dangers associated with the taking of the prescription osteoporosis drug Fosamax. According to a Food and Drug Administration warning issued in 2010, there is a possible risk of atypical thigh bone femur fracture in patients who take bisphosphonates (Fosamax), a class of drugs used to prevent and treat osteoporosis. Over the past decade thousands of women across the county have experienced leg and hip fractures while undertaking their usual daily activities including walking up stairs, jogging, excising and walking. Other dangerous side effects associated with the taking of Fosamax include Osteonecrosis of the jaw, hips, knee and shoulders. Victims Legal Rights: Victims of defective drugs are entitled to full and just recovery for the damages they have sustained. Our Law Firm is currently investigation claim against the manufacturers of Fosamax for the manufacturing and distribution of a defective drug resulting in severe injuries including femur fractures. If you or a loved one have suffered a serious medical complication due to the taking of the Fosamax contact our drug injury law firm for a free evaluation of your claim. More on Fosamax Drug injury claims click here.