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Compensation For Benicar Lawsuits

Buckfire Law No Longer Accepting Benicar Cases

(Editor's note: As of Aug. 23, 2017, we are no longer accepting Benicar cases. We regret that we cannot assist  you.)

Our defective drug lawyers represent patients who have been harmed from the dangerous side-effects of the hypertension medication, Benicar. Lawsuits are being filed seeking compensation from the drug maker. Substantial settlements may be paid.

Patients who have experienced severe diarrhea, extreme weight loss, or other complications from taking Benicar may be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering damages. Depending on the state’s statutes, patients may be able to seek compensation for the following injuries and damages.

  • Pain and suffering
  • Disability
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Fright and shock
  • Medical bills and expenses incurred to date
  • Medical bills and expenses necessary in the future
  • Loss of earnings, wages, and income
  • Loss of earnings capability
  • Other special needs, like education, job retention, attendant care services

To learn more about the amount of compensation you may be entitled to, contact our experienced defective dangerous drug lawyers today at (800) 606-1717 to discuss your case. We will listen carefully to you and then explain to you how we can help you maximize the settlement in your case. Of course, we do not charge any legal fees for consultations regarding prescription medications. Come talk to us, risk free, and we will listen to your story. If we believe you have been wronged and are entitled to compensation we will begin work on your case immediately. The entire process, including obtaining medical documents, going over your options, and filing the lawsuit will cost you nothing until we are able to reach a settlement or jury verdict for your case. Call today!

Lawrence J. Buckfire
Best Michigan personal injury lawyer winning highest settlements for injury, malpractice, & accident victims.