Fosamax

If you or a loved one is taking or has taken Fosamax, you need to read the following update from Carabin & Shaw.  The drug Fosamax has been found to be a possible cause a serious bone disease called Osteonecrosis of the Jaw or (ONJ). Osteonecrosis of the Jaw is also known as “Dead Jaw.”

Symptoms of this devastating medical/dental condition include jaw pain, swelling, and numbness of the jaw. More serious side effects occur when major dental work is done on the jaw or when the jaw bone receives an injury. As a result, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Merk, the manufacturer of Fosamax have issued a warning about this drug. If you or a loved one has been inured by Fosamax, you deserve compensation. Contact the lawyers of Carabin and Shaw for a free case evaluation today.

Osteonecrosis of the Jaw (ONJ) is a condition that prevents the jaw from healing after trauma. Instead of healing, the bone remains exposed and begins to decay. Surgery is often required to remove the diseased bone tissue. This deterioration often occurs when someone has a tooth extraction or they receive an injury to the jaw bone.

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If you or a loved one have experienced complications caused by Fosamax, the lawyers of Carabin & Shaw will represent you on a contingency fee basis. That means that we guarantee that we will not charge you a fee unless we win your case. Call us or fill out for form on the right of your screen for a free case evaluation today.

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