Testosterone Lawsuits and Lawyers

Testosterone Lawsuits

Testosterone LawyersTestosterone has been linked to an increased risk of dangerous side effects including heart attacks and strokes. There is currently no Testosterone FDA recall. A recent study indicates there is a possible link between Testosterone therapy and an increased risk of Heart Attacks and Strokes and possibly death in men. Based on these studies the FDA annouced on 1/31/14 that it will be launching an investigation on the links between Testosterone and heart attacks or strokes. "Testosterone Bellwether trials" are trials that occur early in a Testosterone class action lawsuit might receive the most in terms of compensation. They set the tone of what's to come in a possible Testosterone Class Action lawsuit.

If you have taken a Low T product or a Low Testosterone treatment drug and experienced any dangerous side effects, you may entitled to compensation. Low T lawsuits have already been filed in various location across the country. There may be legal advantages in being one of the first to file a Low T lawsuit or being included early in a Testosterone MDL formation. Complete the form to right to have a Low T Lawyer review you potential Testosterone lawsuit at no cost or risk to you. The FDA advisory panel voted that only men with tumors or genetic disorders should be prescribed Low T products. While this is only a vote at this stage, should the FDA take action and restrict Testosterone use to only men with genetic disorders it would a historic announcement.

Below is our current list of Testosterone Lawsuit Brands:

  • AndroGel
  • Axiron
  • Fortesta
  • Striant
  • Testrim

Testosterone Sales Figures

  • Total Ammount of US Sales Low T 2011: Over $1.6 Billion Dollars
  • Total Ammount of US Sales Low T 2012: Over $2 Billion Dollars
  • Total Ammount of US Sales Low T 2013: Over $3 Billion Dollars

"Low T" is caused by Hypogonadism and is identified by a blood test first thing in the morning as Testosterone levels drop in men during the day. You should speak with your doctor prior do making any changes in your medication including Low T. Some would advise that by contacting an Low T lawyer now and filing a Low T Lawsuit will be advantageous in terms of your recovery.

Testosterone Lawsuit

If you have taken Testosterone and suffered a heart attack, stroke or blood clots you may be entitled to compensation. Our Testosterone legal team are investigating the link between an increased risk of Testosterone use and stroke or heart attacks. If the pharmaceutical company's knew there was risk of Testosterone or Low T Products they should have alerted the public to these potentially deadly side effects of Testosterone. It may be possible to sue over Testosterone and a failure to properly warn or these risks. To have our Testosterone lawyers review your potential claim, please complete the form the right. Our Testosterone lawyers will review your information and advise on the next steps in filing a Testosteronelawsuit.

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Complete the form below to contact the Legal Answers.org litigation team. Our team will find the appropriate lawyer for your specific situation and advise you on the best course of action to ensure you obtain a maximum recovery.

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