Levaquin, Cipro & Avelox have been associated with permanent nerve damage

By: Darrell Castle

If you’ve suffered nerve damage from taking an antibiotic then Levaquin, Cipro or Avelox may be to blame!


These three popular antibiotics are in a class of drugs called “fluoroquinolones,” which are antibiotics used for a variety of community and hospital infections.

In 2013, the FDA issued a warning for these drugs requiring label changes warning users about the risk of possible permanent nerve damage – peripheral neuropathy – from these drugs taken by mouth or injection.

Peripheral neuropathy is a nervous system condition that often affects the arms and legs, but can affect other areas of the body as well. The condition can leave victims unable to walk and in constant pain.

Darrell Castle & Associates has begun investigation and research into these drugs and would love to talk to you if you’ve suffered nerve damage after taking them as you may be entitled to substantial compensation for medical bills, pain, suffering and more.

However, I must remind you that I’m not a doctor and to never stop taking prescription medication without talking to your doctor first.

If you think you’ve been a victim of Levaquin, Cirpo or Avelox, contact a dangerous drug attorney immediately.

You need an attorney you can trust – one who’ll fight to get you the compensation you’re entitled to while walking and talking you through the process.

Our firm has been successful with drug cases of all shapes and sizes and has received multiple Client Distinction Awards from Martindale-Hubbel for client satisfaction, so I can assure you that you’re in good hands here.

Call (901) 327-1212 to schedule a free case evaluation, or fill out one of the contact forms on this page.