North Carolina Serevent lawyer
GlaxoSmithKline's drug Serevent, approved for use in 1994, is used to prevent asthma attacks and to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary heart disease.
Serevent side effects
In a 1996 clinical study, Serevent was linked to severe asthma episodes that are potentially life threatening. As a result, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) asked GlaxoSmithKline to place a "black box warning" on their product. (A black box warning is the FDA's highest cautionary warning.) The drug maker has not complied with the request, and the FDA has not taken any subsequent actions against the manufacturer.
Contact a personal injury lawyer today about your potential Serevent lawsuit
If you were seriously injured due to exposure to dangerous drugs, it's important to speak with an experienced North Carolina injury attorney. At the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, we put our experience and resources to work for our clients. Call or email our firm today for a free case evaluation. With a tough, no-nonsense lawyer on your side, you can tell the insurance companies you mean business!