Bextra Class Action Lawsuit

Preliminary studies have indicated that Bextra (valdecoxib), an arthritis drug manufactured by Pfizer, Inc., could potentially be one of the leading causes of Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS), toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN), and erythema multiforme (EM) due to drug allergy reactions. These studies also indicate that Bextra, like Vioxx (another COX-2 inhibitor that was recently pulled from the shelves by its manufacturer, Merck & Co. Inc.), may be linked with greatly increased risks of cardiovascular (CV) events such as heart attacks and strokes. Because this drug was so aggressively marketed, Pfizer has enjoyed millions of dollars in profit from it. As a result, experts predict the final damages amount to be in the billions.

Millions of people in the U.S. have been prescribed Bextra. Anyone who has used Bextra on a regular basis is at risk. Any of the highly-qualified and experienced Bextra lawyers that you see on the panels on both sides of this page will help you get the guidance you deserve. Even though health risks for Bextra have been exposed, Pfizer is still potentially responsible for side effects suffered by people taking the drug.

Are you one of many who have been injured by the Bextra drug? You may consider starting or joining a class action. Class actions are an effective way to level the playing field against the corporate giant, Pfizer, Inc., while keeping the individual plaintiff costs down to a minimum.

If you've taken Bextra within the last 3 years and you suffer from Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS), toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) or erythema multiforme (EM), or you've been diagnosed with another condition that could be linked with your use of Bextra you need to contact a qualified attorney NOW! No matter what state you live in, click a panel to contact a Bextra attorney. Any of these attorneys will be able to help you determine the best course of action in regards to your situation and/or claim. Remember, pharmaceutical and defective drug lawsuit claims, including Bextra class action claims are governed by federal laws, so state boundaries won't stop you from getting the best possible lawyer to help you with your potential claim.

Do not let this matter sit unsolved. There is only a certain amount of time to evaluate your potential claim based on your use of Bextra, so take action now! Contact a Bextra lawyer.

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