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Crestor and Zocor Drugs Linked to Muscle Degeneration, Rhabdomyolysis
Date:7/15/2011

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  • These drugs are extremely profitable for the companies that market, produce, and sell them, as well as potentially, extremely dangerous for those who pay for and consume them. Lawsuits are currently being brought against the companies producing Zocor and Crestor. Many people across America have experienced unnecessary and dangerous side-effects as a result of these drugs. One of the law offices conducting lawsuits into both Crestor and Zocor is Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow & McElroy, LLP located in Edison, New Jersey and Toms River, New Jersey, a legal group with a history of award-winning legal services in the tri-state area and nationally in matters involving catastrophic personal injury, mass torts, medical malpractice, class actions, and consumer fraud litigation. Those who have been injured by Crestor or Zocor use should not hesitate to contact a lawyer.

    Contact: Angela McKillop
    Amckillop@njadvocates.com
    NJAdvocates.com
    Tel: (732) 777-0100
    Fax: (732) 248-8273


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