Fresenius Dialysis Lawsuit Information:
From Memphis TN
Dialysis Injury Attorneys
Granuflo, a dialysis medication developed and used by Fresenius clinics, has been linked to cardiac arrest, stroke, and death.
Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death for dialysis patients. Fresenius memos confirm Granuflo use is associated with increased risk of cardiac events like heart attack. It can also lead to stroke and sudden death.
“This company apparently knew their product was killing people and didn’t warn the public,” says Memphis dangerous drug attorney Darrell Castle. “If that’s true, it’s an assault on patients around the world and their loved ones who are left to mourn them. The number of people potentially affected is unspeakably sad and angering.”
Talk to a Dialysis Injury Lawyer
If you – or someone you love – have suffered serious injury after treatment at a Fresenius or other dialysis clinic, you may be entitled to compensation. We’re accepting cases in which patients who received dialysis in 2009 or later had a cardiac event or stroke within 72 hours of dialysis.
Our drug injury attorneys have extensive experience with dangerous drug lawsuits, including Darvon/Darvocet, Tylenol, Actos, Yaz/Yasmin, Zocor/Vytorin and more. We know what we’re doing when it comes to serious pharmaceutical injuries.
Contact us online using the form on this page, or call us at (901) 327-1212 today to speak with one of our attorneys about your dialysis case.
This article is not intended to give medical advice as that can only be given by a licensed physician.
Do not discontinue the use of any prescribed medication without first consulting your physician.