Low Testosterone Attorney
Dangerous Testosterone Drugs
Allegations have been made that low testosterone drugs, also known as “low T”, have contributed to heart attacks, strokes, embolisms and even death in male users. After two recent studies were released that suggested these risks, the FDA has begun investigating the alleged connection between the increased risk of cardiovascular events and the FDA approved low testosterone treatments.
Many of the current lawsuits are against Abbott Laboratories, the maker of the AndroGel, a popular topical testosterone drug. AndroGel is a highly marketed and commonly prescribed, therefore we expect to see the number of cases continuing to increase.
How Cellino & Barnes Can Help
As a nationally recognized personal injury law firm, Cellino & Barnes is committed to helping our clients win cases. For more than 50 years we have dedicated ourselves to holding irresponsible companies accountable, and we have won over $1 billion in settlements and verdicts for our clients.
If you or a loved one have experienced cardiovascular issues from the use of a low testosterone drug it is important to contact our personal injury law firm. Our experienced and qualified medical malpractice attorneys are here to help you. Contact or call Cellino & Barnes 800-888-8888
Attorneys representing men harmed by the following Low T Testosterone Drugs
- Androgel (AbbVie – Abbott) – Testosterone gel applied directly to the skin.
- Androderm (Actavis) – Testosterone patch that is applied to the skin.
- Axiron (Eli Lilly) – The Testosterone gel that is applied to armpits.
- Bio-T-Gel (Biosante) – A Testosterone gel applied to skin.
- Delatestryl – (Savient) – An injectable testosterone drug.
- Depo-Testosterone – (Pfizer) – An Injectable testosterone medication.
- Fortesta (Endo) – A testosterone spray that is applied to skin.
- Striant (Mipharm S.p.A.) – Testosterone tablet.
- Testim (Auxilium) – Testosterone gel applied to skin.
- Testopel (Auxilium) – Time release testosterone implant.