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10 Feb 2014

Vermont Testosterone Lawsuit Lawyers

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Our Vermont testosterone drug lawyers are accepting cases for men and their families who have suffered harm due to low testosterone, or “Low T” drugs.   Several recent studies have demonstrated that there are numerous risks associated with the drugs that were not properly disclosed by drug manufacturers to men who were prescribed the medication.

Vermont Testosterone Drug LawsuitStudies now support a link between testosterone drugs and serious medical conditions, including heart attack, stroke, blood clots, mood swings, and even possibly death.  Family members, including a spouse, child, or significant other may also have been harmed by a testosterone gel product if there was accidental contact with a person using the gel.

There are several different products sold by pharmaceutical companies and the drugs vary on dosage and the method of delivery.  Delivery ranges from a topical solution to a gel to an injection.  The leading brands of testosterone drug supplements on the market are below:

Androgel
• Androderm
• Axirom
• Bio-T-Gel
• Delatestryl
• Depo-Testosterone
• Fortesta
• Striant
• Testim
• Testopel

It is anticipated that numerous lawsuits will be filed against the drug makers selling their products to men.  These will likely be both class action lawsuits and individual lawsuits.  We will advise which type of lawsuit is best for you to file based upon your own unique circumstances.

The lawsuits will seek significant money damages for pain and suffering, disability, psychological damages, medical expenses, and loss of earnings.  Cases involving death will seek compensation for the surviving family members under the state wrongful death statute.

Vermont lawsuit allegations will include that drug companies sold the drugs without properly researching the potential health risks and failed to disclose the risk of heart attack and other injuries to consumers.  Suits will also allege reckless and false advertising by the drug makers.

There are strict time deadlines, called “Statute of Limitations,” for filing lawsuits so it is important to contact our office today so that you do not miss a deadline.  In Vermont, the deadlines that you must know are as follows:

Personal Injury       3 years

Products Liability    3 years

Wrongful Death       2 years

Our experienced Vermont testosterone drug lawsuit attorneys will provide you with a FREE CONSULTATION to determine if you have a claim.   We handle these cases on a “No Win, No Fee” basis, which means that you pay absolutely no legal fees or expenses unless we win a settlement for you. Call (866) 280-4722 now!

You can also complete the Free Get Help Now box on this page and an experienced attorney will contact you shortly.

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Our Vermont testosterone drug lawsuit lawyers file cases throughout the entire State of Vermont, including Burlington, Essex, South Burlington, Colchester, Rutland, Hartford, Essex Junction, Bennington, Barre, Williston, Brattleboro,  Chittenden County, Ruthland County, Washington County, Windsor County, Franklin County, Windham County, Addison County, and Bennington County.

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