Benicar Lawyer | Serving Texarkana, TX
A personal injury firm representing injured clients in the east Texas area.
Insurance companies take your payments gladly, but when you are injured in an accident that's not your fault, they are not so ready to pay out a settlement. Companies train their claim adjusters to agree to the lowest possible financial settlement which may not cover your medical expenses, property and wage losses or pain and suffering. Consider retaining an experienced …
The high blood pressure drug Benicar has now been linked to a disease similar to celiac disease. The disease known as sprue-like enteropathy is a serious GI condition that includes vomiting, diarrhea and weight loss.
People who were prescribed Benicar to help lower their blood pressure and who now suffer from these severe GI issues, should contact a skilled Benicar lawyer. Only with the help of a skilled Benicar lawyer will a person learn his or her legal rights to compensation.
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