Can You Sue For Experiencing Side Effects Of Fosamax?

Our attorneys at Herren & Adams LLP are currently reviewing cases involving Fosamax in Kentucky. Fosamax, or alendronic acid, may also be referred to as Binosto and Fosamax Plus D. This type of medication is called a bisphosphonate and has been associated with the following debilitating side effects:

  • Femur fractures
  • Osteonecrosis of the jaw, ONJ, otherwise known as dead jaw disease
  • Osteomyelitis, inflammation of bone marrow

If you are experiencing negative side effects from using Fosamax, contact our firm today to speak with an experienced Kentucky products liability attorney by calling 859-554-4629.

FDA Warns Of Complications Of Alendronic Acid

The FDA is continually reporting the dangerous side effects of these medications and has recently changed the warning label on bisphosphonates to include the "risk of atypical fractures of the thigh, known as subtrochanteric and diaphyseal femur fractures." In 2008, the FDA issued an alert explaining the severe, and often times incapacitating, bone, muscle and joint pain in patients taking these medications.

Call Us To Discuss How You Can Seek Maximum Compensation

The side effects of Fosamax can leave behind more than physical scars and you deserve for your story to be told. We will ensure your voice is heard. Together, we will fight to make things right.

Our lawyers offer complimentary consultations at our Lexington office. Schedule an appointment today by calling 859-554-4629. You may also tell us about your experience with Fosamax by completing our online contact form.