Dr Shezad Malik Law Firm is currently evaluating and accepting Fosamax long bone fracture cases and defective drug product liability claims. We are providing this Fosamax lawsuit update for the benefit of our readers and current Fosamax injury clients.
All federal Fosamax Femur low-impact bone fractures lawsuits have been consolidated for pretrial proceedings as part of a new MDL, or multidistrict litigation, which will be centralized in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.
At least 37 Fosamax fracture lawsuits are currently pending in federal district courts throughout the United States, and those cases will be transferred to New Jersey for further litigation. In addition, as new complaints over femur fractures on Fosamax are filed in the federal court system, they will also be added to this new MDL.
Fosamax lawsuits over jaw problems, known as osteonecrosis of the jaw, which will remain centralized as part of a different MDL in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
All of the complaints involve similar allegations that side effects of Fosamax, can increase the risk of atypical thigh bone fractures, which often occur with little or no trauma at all. Plaintiffs claim that Merck failed to adequately warn about the risk of femur fractures from Fosamax, or that users should seek immediate medical attention if they experience groin pain, which may occur several weeks before a complete fracture while on Fosamax.
In October 2010, the FDA required new warnings about the risk of bone fractures from Fosamax and other similar bisphosphonate medications. There are currently more than 900 Fosamax jaw lawsuits consolidated in New York, as part of an MDL that was established in August 2006. Fosamax fracture lawsuits were previously excluded from that MDL, because it was determined that the evidence of general causation leading to femur fractures would likely differ substantially from cases dealing with jaw bone damage.
Information and commentary provided by Dallas Fort Worth Personal Injury Attorney Dr Shezad Malik. The Dr Shezad Malik Law Firm can be contacted in Dallas toll free at 888-210-9693 or in Fort Worth at 817-717-1772. If you or a loved one has been injured from FOSAMAX FEMUR FRACTURE, please fill out our contact card for a free consultation.
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