The prescription drug Onglyza is prescribed for people with type 2 diabetes. The drug helps control blood sugar, which can stop kidney problems, blindness and many other common diabetes complications. Unfortunately, Onglyza has come under fire as a possible factor in a number of cases of heart failure.
When you are a diabetic you are at the mercy of the medications you receive to allow you to live a normal life. If the medications prescribed to you put your life in danger, as Onglyza can, you may have few places to turn. Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, P.C. has been helping our clients throughout New York get the compensation they deserve when their medicine turns out to be dangerous.
Increasing Legal Action Against Onglyza
Onglyza is now at the center of numerous lawsuits alleging that the medication created or worsened the patients’ conditions leading to heart failure. Heart failure is a condition that causes
- shortness of breath
- swelling in the legs and abdomen
As well as, a great deal of other symptoms. It is caused by damage to the heart that stops it from working as it is supposed to. It can greatly affect lives and is a dangerous, life-threatening condition.
If you or a family member are on Onglyza and are experiencing the symptoms – or already received a diagnosis – of heart failure, contact us today. We have a history of aggressive action with pharmaceutical companies and their insurers, that achieve results for our clients.
Helping New York With Defective Medical Products
The healthcare industry serves people with health problems through medication and medical devices. However, their products can sometimes cause more harm than good. We help New Yorkers fight back to get the compensation they deserve after suffering caused by products meant to improve their lives.
Contact a Product Liability Law Firm in New York
If you or your loved ones are suffering from any condition or difficulty caused by a medical product, contact us. We will meet with you at our Wall Street office for a free consultation. We work on a contingency basis, so there are no fees unless your lawsuit is successful. Our number is 212-514-5007.