Low-Testosterone Drug Injury Attorney
Trusted Nationwide Representation
Each year, thousands of men are prescribed low-testosterone treatments
to help balance and restore testosterone levels. Most men seek prescription
hormonal assistance after they begin to feel a decrease in their sexual
drive, begin to lose hair, become depressed, or lose strength and energy.
While these treatments have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
(FDA), the risks involved with testosterone therapy often outweigh the
benefits. In recent months, several studies have associated the use of
testosterone drugs – including the market-dominate AndroGel®
increased risks of blood clots, stroke, and heart attack.
If you or your loved one has experienced cardiovascular problems or other
complications after using testosterone, call 888-396-4930 to learn more
about your right to compensation.
At Morelli Alters Ratner, our testosterone injury lawyers have more than
100 years of combined experience handling personal injury lawsuits, mass
tort claims, and defective product cases. Throughout the years, our legal
team has successfully recovered more than $2 billion in compensation on
behalf of clients. Anyone who has been harmed after using a testosterone
product they were led to believe was safe can be confident about placing
their trust in our proven attorneys.
At Morelli Alters Ratner, we have earned extensive recognition, accolades,
and honors, and each of our partners brings insightful legal counsel to
our clients' cases. Our founding attorney, Mr. Benedict Morelli, is
a former president of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association and
has been selected for inclusion in the
Best Lawyers in America® every year since 1995.
Our team also has been recognized by:
Legal Leaders - Top Rated Lawyers™ 2014
- Top 100 Trial Lawyers
Have you been injured by a low-testosterone drug?
Most low-testosterone hormonal treatments are applied topically to the
skin and need to absorb for at least a few minutes before covering the
application site with clothing. While precautions can be taken to limit
contact with other individuals, particularly women and children, exposure
can occur. The FDA warns about the risks involved with secondary exposure
and primary consumer exposure, yet thousands of prescriptions for
Axiron® low-testosterone treatments are still given to patients every day. If
you or a loved one is experiencing serious side effects of these products,
you may be eligible to pursue compensation.
To determine your eligibility to file a lawsuit against the manufacturer
of a harmful product or the prescriber of the drug, you need to contact
Morelli Alters Ratner right away. We can use our experience and nationwide
recognition to ensure that your rights are protected and help provide
you with the case resolution that you deserve. For more information, schedule
a consultation with our team.
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