Crestor Lawyers Reviewing Cases for Diabetics

Harvey Kirk

By Harvey Kirk
Posted November 12, 2013


The product liability lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are now reviewing potential Crestor lawsuits for diabetics who previously used the popular cholesterol drug. It appears that AstraZeneca, the makers of Crestor, have withheld information from consumers and the medical community about the extent of the link between side effects of Crestor and diabetes.

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As a result of AstraZeneca’s decision to promote Crestor without adequate warnings and information about the risk of diabetes, financial compensation may be available through a product liability lawsuits.

Crestor Diabetes Lawyers

Have You Been Diagnosed With Diabetes After Crestor Use?


Diabetes is a serious condition that can have a substantial impact on an individuals quality of life and overall health.

As a result of diabetes from Crestor, individuals may face an increased risk of complications associated with the disease, including:

  • Heart Disease
  • Blindness
  • Neuropathy
  • Kidney Disease
  • Ulcers
  • Amputations
  • Other Diabetic Injuries

If proper warnings had been provided about Crestor and the diabetic risk, many users may have been able to avoid serious health problems that now require frequent testing of blood glucose levels, adherence to a strict diet and the need for medications to control diabetes.

With information about the Crestor diabetes risk, users may have elected not to take the medication or avoided the risk of becoming a diabetic by carefully monitoring blood glucose levels.

Our Crestor lawyers are providing free consultations for individuals throughout the United States to help determine what legal rights may exist and whether a settlement may be available.

After submitting a request for a Crestor case evaluation or calling our law office through the toll free number 1-800-522-0102, a member of our law firm will speak with you in detail to review the circumstances surrounding the potential claim.

If it is determined that you may be eligible for compensation through a Crestor class action lawsuit or individual injury claim, it remains your decision whether to hire our law firm to pursue your case.

All lawsuits are pursued by our lawyers under a contingency fee agreement, which means that there are never any out-of-pocket costs to hire our Crestor law firm and we receive no attorney fees or expenses unless we are successful obtaining a recovery for the Crestor diabetes injury.


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