d’Oliveira & Associates Announces “No Win – No Fee Promise” to Prilosec Claims

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The law firm of d’Oliveira & Associates, has announced a “No Win – No Fee Promise” to any clients that have suffered any of the side effects of Prilosec and may be entitled to compensation.

Originally put on the market in 1989 by AstraZeneca, Prilosec is a member of a class of drugs called Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs). These drugs (including popular drugs Prilosec and Nexium) have been linked to loss of bone density in patients similar to the effects of osteoporosis. ABC News has reported that this has led to reports of fractures in the wrist, hip and spine*.

It is alleged that both bone loss and fractures have become prevalent in people who have taken Prilosec or another PPI for an extended period of time – typically a year or more. The FDA warns that the longer a patient takes Prilosec, the possibility of an elevated risk for side effects involved**. These dangers are not limited exclusively to prescription strength Prilosec, as Prilosec OTC (over the counter) can be just as damaging to bone health**.

It has been alleged that AstraZeneca was aware of the possibility for dangerous side effects early on as they may have known that the drug prevents the body form properly absorbing calcium, a key element to bone strength.

To help protect the rights of individuals who may have suffered injuries while using Prilosec to treat heartburn, d'Oliveira & Associates is offering a No Win, No Fee Promise. Those who choose to hire d'Oliveira & Associates will be charged no fee unless they recover monetary damages, such as through a settlement or judgment.

About d'Oliveira & Associates' Dangerous Drug Attorneys: d'Oliviera & Associates is a law firm that works with some of the leading attorneys in the United States for dangerous drugs, defective medical products, and medical malpractice cases. The firm as focuses on personal injury cases, including auto accidents, slip and falls, dog bites as well as social security disability cases.

For a free legal consulation, call 1-800-992-6878 or visit their website at dmlaw.com.


** http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2010/05/26/127132723/fda-warns-about-bone-risks-from-heartburn-drugs

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