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Get A Fosamax Lawyer For Femur Fractures

Current Criteria For Filing A Fosamax Lawsuit

Fosamax  lawsuits are  filed  against the maker of Fosamax, alleging serious side effects  for  Fosamax femur fractures.

What Is Fosamax?

Fosamax (Alendronate Sodium) is a type of drug known as a bisphosphonates. Fosamax has also been linked to low energy thigh bone fractures as well as  atypical thigh bone fractures. An abnormal thigh bone fracture is a fracture that happen after little or no impact .

Your Fosamax  Femur Fracture Lawsuit

Previous bellwether trials have focused on allegations that Fosamax caused patients to develop osteonecrosis of the jaw (jawbone death) and that I. According to The Wall Street Journal (02/15/11), more than 1,000 lawsuits were filed against Merck regarding Fosamax.  Our lawyers are filing  lawsuits are for Femur fractures. There has been a noted  risk of serious femur fractures  with use of Fosamax.

Merck has defended itself, saying it acted responsibly in researching and developing Fosamax.

Class Action Lawyer Network is accepting Fosamax cases for victims of Fosamax femur fractiures. Cases are being filed based on the facts that Merck failed to adequately warn patients about the risk of  low impact femur fractures.