Texas GranuFlo® Lawyers

Many people on dialysis have been prescribed the drug GranuFlo®, but the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a recall on the product because of its association with stroke, heart attack, and other dangerous heart problems.

In certain cases, dialysis patients given GranuFlo® could even die as a result of the medication. Manufactured by Fresenius Medical Care (FMC) GranuFlo® was one of the most widely used dialysis medications.

Anderson & Cummings attorneys are well-versed in dangerous drug litigation. When you need help, our firm is ready to prove that the difference between AC and other Texas attorneys is our experience and passion for justice.

Call AC today for help at (877) 920-9009 or fill out our “Free Case Review” form.

Why do I Need a Lawyer?

At Anderson & Cummings, our attorneys believe strongly that drug companies should be held accountable for dangerous side effects associated with their products. That’s why we work tirelessly for clients in Texas dealing with dangerous drugs like GranuFlo®.

FMC, like other drug manufacturers, may be resistant to paying you the settlement amount that you deserve. Hiring a lawyer can ensure that you have legal muscle in your corner when drug companies try to give you less than what is fair.

Our Texas GranuFlo Lawyers are Ready to Help You Today

Our Fort Worth based personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we do not take a fee until after we’ve won your case. If we don’t get a recovery for you, you don’t pay us.

Finding a Texas GranuFlo attorney you can trust is a daunting task. Call our firm today for free legal advice that you and your family can use whether we work with you or not.

Fill out the free case evaluation form on this page or call (877) 920-9009.

*These are actual dollar amounts paid to clients after the deduction of attorney fees and expenses.


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