Protecting Victims Of Testosterone Replacement Therapy
The experienced trial lawyers at Leigh Law Firm in The Woodlands are committed to holding companies accountable when they put the public in harm's way.
We are investigating the link between low testosterone therapies and serious complications, including heart attacks, deep vein thrombosis and strokes. If you have suffered injuries related to "low T" treatment, contact us today to learn about your rights and options to seek justice.
Our founding attorney, Brad Leigh, has gone up against some of the biggest companies in the world and won. We are passionate about giving voices to victims of negligent manufacturing and marketing, and we would be honored to help you.
What Is Low T?
Millions of men across the U.S. have been prescribed testosterone supplements, in the form of gels, creams, pills or injections, to treat "low T." This term has been used in a marketing blitz by the makers of these drugs to target any man who is worried about low energy, decreasing muscle mass, moodiness or a lacking libido.
While the Food and Drug Administration has approved testosterone drugs, it limited its consent to men whose low testosterone levels are associated with a diagnosed medical condition. Nonetheless, it has been estimated that only about half of the men who use low T drugs have been diagnosed with hypogonadism, the medical condition that causes diminished testosterone. There are other factors, like chemotherapy poisoning and hormonal disorders, that can cause low testosterone.
In 2014, the FDA issued a safety alert about low testosterone therapies after studies linked the drugs to increased risks of heart attack and other cardio event risks.
If you have suffered a heart attack or another potential low T-related injury while taking any of the following dangerous drugs, it is important that you seek legal advice.
- Testosterone cypionate
Testosterone Treatment Safety Concerns? Get A Free Claim Review.
We can help you understand your options to get compensation and hold the drug companies responsible for your injuries. Call us today at 281-816-5906 or toll free at 866-688-9219 to schedule your consultation.