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Actavis Fentanyl Patch

The Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky provide legal representation to plaintiffs who have been injured by Actavis fentanyl patches. If you are pursuing an Actavis lawsuit, our dangerous drug attorneys can help you secure a maximum Actavis settlement. An Actavis attorney with the Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky has experience taking on money-laden pharmaceutical companies and achieving results for our clients. If you have been injured by this fentanyl patch, contact an Actavis lawyer today and take the first step to secure compensation for your injuries.

Fentanyl is a synthetic opiate meant to treat kinds of pain that other drugs are not sufficiently powerful to treat. The Fentanyl patch is meant to deliver the drug in a controlled way into the body so as to prevent overdose or inconsistency in dosage; however, serious overdoses have occurred as a result of Actavis. Some of these overdoses have resulted in fatalities.

Many Actavis patches in the US have been recalled as a result of a fold over defect in the patch that could cause leaks of the fentanyl gel. If such a leak were to occur, the function of the patch, to control the dosage, becomes undermined. Incorrect amounts of the painkiller can, as such, be released into the body. Undue exposure to the gel can cause serious respiratory depression and even overdose. Symptoms of fentanyl overdose can include irregular breathing, seizure, loss of consciousness, and even death.

Although the FDA and the makers of Actavis Fentanyl patches have responsibly recalled their defective products, the defective product attorneys of the Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky still believe that it is within your rights to file for damages. Additionally, overdoses of fentanyl can occur with non-defective products as well.

If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of exposure to fentanyl, contact one of our defective product attorneys today for a free consultation.

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