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Fentanyl Pain Patch Lawsuits

Fentanyl pain lawyers in TulsaFentanyl is a pain medication that is very strong and is reserved for patients who are in extreme, chronic pain. It is usually prescribed when milder pain medicines no longer help.

Fenatnyl is said to be more potent than morphine, which is a very powerful pain reliever.

While Fentanyl patches are supposed to release medication so that they need only be changed every couple of days, a design flaw would sometimes cause a tear in the patch, allowing Fentanyl to leak, resulting in a Fentanyl overdose.

If you or a loved one has been injured by a Fentanyl patch, you are not alone and may be eligible for financial compensation. For more information, contact a Fentanyl attorney at the Edwards Law Firm today by calling 1-800-304-9246.

We charge no upfront fees and your initial case review is also free of charge.

Side Effects of a Fentanyl Patch Overdose

Most side effects associated with Fentanyl are caused by the patch releasing too much Fentanyl at once, instead of on a one time-released basis, causing overdoses.

A Fentanyl overdose can be extremely dangerous and even fatal, as reported by the FDA, where over 100 deaths have been reported that are linked to this patch.

Symptoms of a Fentanyl overdose include:

  • Nausea
  • Confusion
  • Fainting
  • Dizziness
  • Breathing difficulty
  • Loss of motor skills

Please call the pharmaceutical attorneys at the Edwards Law Firm right away if you believe you are a victim of Fentanyl overdose.

Fentanyl Patch Lawsuits

Fentanyl Patch Lawsuits in Tulsa, OKAt the Edwards Law Firm, our personal injury lawyers believe that everyone deserves representation if they have been affected in any way by the use of a defective drug or product, such as Fentanyl patches.

If you feel that you are a victim, call our Fentanyl Patch attorneys right away at 1-800-304-9246.

You are not helpless or without power.

Our Fentanyl Claims Attorneys will do everything possible to get justice. We do not collect any upfront costs for our services. You pay nothing if we do not succeed in obtaining a settlement for you through the drug company, mediation or a jury trial.



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