Compassionate Cymbalta Attorneys Can Assist in Your Recovery

Cymbalta has been widely prescribed in the United States for the treatment of certain conditions that quite often cause patients difficulty in their daily lives. Currently, the Food and Drug Administration has approved Cymbalta for the treatment of depression, anxiety and certain pain conditions. Sufferers of these conditions have consulted their healthcare professionals seeking treatment and received reassurance that this drug would work wonders in alleviating the symptoms of their illness. However, as more and more users and Cymbalta attorneys are realizing, this drug can lead to disastrous and lingering consequences far worse than the symptoms of the original underlying condition.

Cymbalta attorneys across the nation have convened to meet with, listen to and assist injured Cymbalta patients in preparing their cases against the drug maker responsible for the side effects of this drug – many of which are not listed or clearly explained on the label. In order for a drug maker like Eli Lilly to be within the confines of the law, it must adequately and thoroughly warn consumers of the potential risks for harm. If a drug maker fails to fully warn about the possibility of dangerous side effects like suicidal thoughts, “brain zaps” or any of the other common effects of Cymbalta, it can and should face liability.

Patients often relay similar symptoms when discussing their experience with Cymbalta attorneys – although it is not uncommon for uncommon or rare side effects to occur as well. Some of the more common side effects include low energy, insomnia, or digestive problems. More obscure, less common side effects reported to Cymbalta attorneys include, but are not limited to, abnormal dreams, blurred vision, heart or liver failure, ulcers, bruising, rashes, numbness or rapid heartbeat.

If you are current or former Cymbalta patient and experienced unexpected side effects when taking or discontinuing this drug, you are encouraged to speak to one of our experienced and knowledgeable Cymbalta attorneys about your experience. You may be eligible for compensation for your injuries, lost wages or mental anguish, depending on your situation. To set up an appointment, please call us at 800-897-8930.

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