What is Crestor?
Crestor is for people with high LDL cholesterol, high total cholesterol, and triglycerides. In February 2010, the FDA also approved Crestor to prevent cardiovascular events.
How do I know my heart attack or heart failure was caused by Crestor?
If you have been taking Crestor and suffered heart failure or a heart attack, it may be likely that it was due to the use of Crestor. Our firm will retain medical experts to review your condition, and determine if your cardiovascular injury may be linked to your Crestor use.
What should I do if I think I was injured by a side effect of Crestor?
You should contact O’Hanlon, McCollom & Demerath immediately. You should also save the defective product, including any packaging and directions. If injured, you should get immediate medical attention and follow your doctor's instructions. You should also take photographs of your injuries, as well as the defective product. You should also document in writing your non-visual injuries such as pain and impairment. Finally, you should contact the Consumer Product Safety Commission at 800-638-2772.
At O’Hanlon, McCollom & Demerath, our Crestor attorneys understand that your injuries may not be your fault. Our expertise and experience, combined with our highly trained staff, make us uniquely well-equipped to handle even the most complex product liability claims. If you suspect you have a cardiovascular injury due to Crestor, such heart attack or heart failure, and need to talk to a seasoned team of professionals, please contact us immediately for a free consultation.