Celebrex lawyers are ready to help regular users of the Celebrex drug, another COX-2 inhibitor that has been found to have highly increased risks of heart problems, stroke and blood clots.
Pfizer, the manufacturer of Celebrex (Celecoxib), was running a government-sponsored cancer prevention trial as part of an effort to find a new application for the drug-it is currently approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of arthritis and pain. The National Cancer Institute, which was conducting the study for Pfizer, suspended use of the drug after finding that patients taking 400mg to 800mg of Celebrex daily had a 2.5 times greater risk of major heart problems than those who were taking placebos (look-alike pills with no active ingredients).
Lawyers Ready to Take Your Celebrex Case
On this site, you will find law firms staffed with qualified and experienced attorneys who specialize in cases such as these. These lawyers are Lead Counsel members, which means, among other things, that they have been practicing for several years, dedicate themselves to this type of legal issue, and are in good standing with their local bar associations.
Plaintiffs in cases such as these typically seek to recover damages for medical costs, lost wages and pain and suffering. Click through on any of the firms listed on both sides of this page, and feel free to ask questions regarding your particular situation. The Celebrex lawyers featured here will handle your inquiry quickly and responsibly. If the attorney feels that further discussion and investigation is warranted, he or she will guide you through the process and provide you with quality representation when necessary.
If you have suffered a personal injury as a result of taking the drug Celebrex, now is the time to assert your rights. Contact one of our experienced Celebrex lawyers now to file your claim.
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