Prilosec & Nexium User Files Personal Injury Lawsuit Complaint Against Astrazeneca Over Alleged Failure To Warn About Alleged Bone Deterioration & Bone Fracture Drug Side Effects.
A drug side effect personal injury lawsuit complaint has been filed against Astrazeneca Pharmaceuticals LP, Astrazeneca LP, Astra USA, Inc. KBI Sub Inc., Zeneca, Inc., Astra USA Holdings Corporation, Astrazeneca, AB, Astrazeneca, PLC and Astrazeneca, UK Limited (collectively “Astrazeneca” or “Defendants”) in the Superior Court of New Jersey, County of Bergen (styled Susan A. Posnanovich v. Astrazeneca Pharmaceuticals LP, et al, Civil Action Case No. L-396-11), alleging, among other things, that Astrazeneca sold the prescription drug medications Prilosec & Nexium for the treatment of heartburn, acid reflux, ulcers and inflammation of the esophagus, allegedly without warning consumers of alleged significant risks of bone deterioration and bone fractures, according to the Astrazeneca Prilosec & Nexium Bone Deterioration & Bone Fracture Drug Side Effect personal injury lawsuit complaint.
The Astrazeneca Prilosec & Nexium Bone Deterioration & Bone Fracture Drug Side Effect personal injury lawsuit reportedly asserts, among other things, claims for product liability negligence, strict liability for alleged defective design, product liability for alleged manufacturing defect, product liability for alleged failure to warn, breach of warranty, and negligent misrepresentation.
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