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Reglan Lawsuit

Some of our readers have written in with questions in regards to the
Reglan lawsuits and while we will definitely answer each and every
Reglan call or email sent via the submit your case button, we have
decided to answer a few of the most common questions here.

Q. How much will I have to pay the attorney up front for my Reglan
side effects lawsuit?

A. Nothing. The lawsuit attorney handling all reglan side effects
lawsuits for does not charge anything up front and
provides a free evaluation of your case.

Q. I still have a bottle of Reglan in my medicine cabinet. Should I
save the bottle for evidence in my lawsuit or should I just throw the
bottle away?

A. Although you are not required to have a bottle of Reglan to
participate in any Reglan class action lawsuit or reglan side effects
lawsuit, it is always best to keep an empty bottle of any prescription
drug involved in recalls or side effect lawsuits. We suggest you call
the attorney directly for a free lawsuit evaluation. The firm with
provide you with specific instructions for any Reglan bottle.

Q. I have never taken Reglan, but the side effects listed on match the side effects I am experiencing with
another prescription drug. Do I have A Lawsuit against the other drug
maker as well?

A. Possibly. We suggest that you complete the contact form found by
clicking submit your case on the homepage

Q. Is my Reglan lawsuit worth at least 2 million dollars?

A. When it comes to lawsuits each and every case is different. While
we are confident that the lead attorney and law firm handling these
cases for will work very hard to make sure our
readers receive maximum compensation for their injuries, we cannot
predict the exact dollar amount for your case.

Q. Will doihavealawsuit post new reglan lawsuit information as it
becomes availible?

A. Yes! is an independent website with only one goal in mind

Helping people to achieve justice.

We will continue to update our readers with any new late breaking
Reglan lawsuit news.

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Zelnorm Lawsuit

Zelnorm, a tegaserod maleate tablet, was approved in 2002 by the FDA and is used to treat constipated women with irritable bowel syndrome. In 2004 the approval was expanded to treat chronic constipation in both men and women younger than 65. The drug is no longer available in the U.S.

              The hydrogen maleate salt contained in Zelnorm is tegaserod.  tegaserod is chemically designated as 3-(5-methoxy-1H-indol-3-ylmethylene)-N-pentylcarbazimidamide hydrogen maleate. The drug’s empirical formula is C16H23N5O.C4H4O4 and the molecular weight is 417.47.

              As the maleate salt in Zelnorm, Tegaserod is a white to off-white crystalline powder and is soluble slightly in ethanol and even less soluble in water.  1.385mg of tegaserod as the maleate salt is equivalent to 1 mg of tegaserod.

              Zelnorm is available for oral use in the 2 mg and 6 mg tablets in blister packs containing 2 mg and 6 mg tegaserod and the following inactive ingredients:

·       lactose monohydrate

·       polyethylene glycol 4000

·       Crospovidone

·       glyceryl monostearate

·       hypromellose

·       poloxamer 188

Zelnorm is also available in 6mg tablets in prescription bottles containing 6mg tegaserod and the following inactive ingredients:

·       lactose monohydrate

·       colloidal silicon dioxide

·       crospovidone

·       glyceryl behenate

·       hypromellose

Zelnorm is used to treat patients less than 65 years of age with chronic idiopathic constipation and for the treatment of women with IBS. Zelnorm’s effectiveness in patients older than 65 years has not yet been established and its efficiency for treatment of IBS with constipation or chronic idiopathic constipation has not yet been studied beyond 12 weeks.

The recommended dose of Zelnorm for patients with Chronic Idiopathic Constipation is 6mg taken orally before meals twice daily. The need for continued therapy should be assessed periodically by patients and their physicians.

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Toyota Rollover Lawsuits

Following the recent information provided by a former in-house attorney for Toyota , Do I Have A Lawsuit has opened a new investigation into the outcome of several Toyota rollover lawsuits.


A new lawsuit filed by Dimitrios Biller who served as a corporate attorney for Toyota and was directly involved in the rollover lawsuits, contends that Toyota executives made every effort to stop lawsuit and safety related investigations from 2004 to 2007. Mr. Biller states that Toyota intentionally destroyed safety and product data in an effort to withhold the information from lawyers in over 300 defective product lawsuits filed against the company. 

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Avandia Lawsuit

Avandia Side Effects

Avandia Heart Attack

As some of you may have seen on the news or heard on the radio, the diabetes drug Avandia is once again making headlines as a result of a report by Senators Max Baucus and Chuck Grassley. The report is the result of a two year investigation into the Glaxo Smith Kline drug and THE FDA's handling of safety concerns related to Avandia and the increased risk of heart attack to Avandia patients.


Please see related press release below.

Avandia Lawsuit

Avandia Side Effects

Avandia Heart Attack

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Paxil Lawsuit Side Effects

              Paxil, a paoxentine hydrochloride tablets, is an antidepressant; antidepressants may increase the risk of suicidal thinking and behavior in children and young adults. The drugs also inhabit the risk of overdose and dependency.

              Paxil is used to treat Major Depressive Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic disorder, Social Anxiety disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder and posttraumatic Stress Disorder.

              For Major Depressive Disorder, Paxil should be administered with or without food as a single daily dose. The initial recommended dose is 20mg/day. Patients who are Non-responsive to 20mg dosage may benefit from 10mg /day up to 50mg/day maximum and changes in dose should take place at the intervals at least one week.

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