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Hydroxycut

The dangerous drug attorneys at the Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky provide legal support and representation to plaintiffs seeking to pursue a Hydroxycut lawsuit. In order to secure a maximum Hydroxycut settlement, it is crucial to have a competent and experienced Hydroxycut lawyer to guide you through all of the legal hurdles. Contact a Hyroxycut attorney today to schedule a free consultation and take your first step to recovering damages.

Hydroxycut is a weight loss supplement, which is supposed to help people lose weight. It is not a prescription drug, but is something that even a child could buy over the counter. Many of its ingredients are rather benign, such as caffeine and green tea. Its efficacy has been questioned by a number of people and its ad campaigns have been called misleading. However, Hydroxycut side effects are more disturbing than its purported lack of efficacy.

In 2009, after the FDA had issued a warning about the risks of liver damage, Hydroxycut recalled its products, and then placed apparently ‘modified’ versions back on the market. The reason why Hydroycut products are dangerous is for much the same reason as the osteoporosis drug Crestor. Hydroxycut has been known to cause Rhabdomyolysis, in which muscle tissue breaks down and enters into the blood stream. This disease is destroys muscles and is often fatal. This disease can actually cause severe liver damage as well.

A number of cases of severe liver damage have been reported to the FDA, and these reports led to the recall.

It is unclear whether or not Hydroxycut is safe now, but if you or a loved one was injured as a result of using Hydroxycut from before the year 2010, contact our attorneys immediately for a free consultation. We believe you are always entitled to just recompense for your injuries.

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