Levaquin Tendon Rupture Side Effect Attorneys

LevaquinLevaquin (levofloxacin) is an antibiotic prescribed to fight bacterial infections. Many studies have linked Levaquin to severe side effects like tendon ruptures. As a result of the high incidence of tendon ruptures in patients taking Levaquin, the FDA issued a "black box" warning for Levaquin. Some Levaquiin tendon rupture victims require surgery to fix the tendon rupture and result in permanent injuries or disabilities.

Our dangerous medication attorneys are helping clients by filing Levaquin tendon rupture lawsuits on behalf of victims and their families across the United States who have suffered torn tendon after taking Levaquin. Our Levaquin tendon rupture lawyers represent every Levaquin client on a contingent fee basis, meaning there are absolutely no legal fees or costs unless you recover money.


Levaquin Side Effects and Tendon Ruptures

While Levaquin is not known to be life threatening, a lot of patients and their product liability attorneys have won compensation because of the severe pain that sufferers go through after tearing a tendon. An 82-year-old man recently won a Levaquin tendon tear side effects lawsuit after he claimed that he was never properly warned about the tendon rupture side effects. This case was monumental because a large number of patients claim that Johnson & Johnson did not give them the opportunity to understand how severe the tendon rupture side effects could be after taking Levaquin.


Contact Our Experienced Levaquin Attorneys for a Free Case Evaluation

Many Levaquin side effects lawsuits have been filed against the makers of the drug, Johnson & Johnson, because Levaquin has been linked by scientists to cause tendon ruptures.

If you or a loved one have already suffered from a tendon rupture after taking Levaquin. Call us today for a free consultation. Our experienced product liability lawyers can help you and your family to get the justice and compensation you need and deserve.


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