Crestor was marketed to treat high cholesterol and prevent cardiovascular disease and in February 2010, it was also approved to be used to prevent cardiovascular ailments by the U.S. FDA.
What consumers did not know at the time is that Crestor can result in serious injuries such as heart attacks and heart failure. Other side effects include cardiomyopathy (deterioration of the myocardium), rhabdomyolysis (breakdown of muscle fibers), and ventricular dysfunction.
If you are suffering from Crestor-related injuries and are looking to file a Crestor lawsuit, expert and experienced attorneys at O’Hanlon, McCollom & Demerath will be able to help you with your case because they understand that your cardiovascular injuries may not be your fault.
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