Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky

Aclasta

The dangerous drug attorneys at the Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky can provide legal advice and representation to individuals and families considering pursuing an Aclasta lawsuit. In order for a plaintiff to secure a maximum settlement in litigation of an Aclasta claim, regardless of whether in an individual lawsuit or in a class action lawsuit, it is crucial that the law firm representing you have a competent and experienced team of Aclasta lawyers to guide you through all of the legal hurdles as well as direct you to sufficient funding (litigation funding or legal finance) to cover pharmaceutical litigation costs. Contact an Aclasta attorney today to schedule a free consultation and take your first step to obtaining compensation for losses caused by Aclasta side effects.

Aclasta, generically known as Zoledronic acid or zoldedronate, is a bisphosphonate used to treat serious skeletal fractures in cancer patients and in those suffering from osteoporosis. It is alternatively known as Zomera, Reclast, and Zometa. All of these brands are produced by the pharmaceutical giant Novartis. Additionally, it is occasionally used to prevent recurring hip fractures. It has been approved for patients with Paget's disease of bone, and more recently, for the treatment of women with postmenopausal osteoporosis.

Unfortunately, like similar drugs such as Fosamax, Aclasta has some very serious side effects. The most significant Aclasta adverse effects include osteocronosis of the jaw, which has been the target of the bulk of Aclasta litigation. However, other Aclasta side effects include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Anemia

  • Swelling Extremities

  • Acute Renal failure

  • Ulceration of the Esophagus

  • Abdominal Cramping

  • Osteonecrosis of the Jaw

Osteonecrosis of the jaw, or Bisphossy Jaw, is a condition in which the bone tissue in the jaw does not heal after minor trauma. As one can infer from the name, osteonecrosis is sometimes called dead jaw or Jaw Death, because the bone in the jaw dies from rotting.

After a patient has been diagnosed with osteonecrosis of the jaw, expensive and time-consuming treatments will have to be administered. In the most severe cases, the affected bone has to be surgically removed in a painful operation.

If you or a loved one has been afflicted by osteonecrosis of the jaw, or by any other serious side effects, this Aclasta law firm would like to help. Contact one of our dangerous drug lawyers to schedule a free and confidential case consultation. Take the first step to reclaiming your life and collecting damages from those who have caused you serious injury.

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