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Levaquin Class Actions

An Individual Lawsuit is Better

We believe that people who suffered a serious injury due to Levaquin (levofloxacin) are better served when an individual lawsuit is filed on their behalf. A serious injury case should not be filed as part of any Levaquin class action together with the claims of many other people who may have had different injuries caused by this fluoroquinolone antibiotic.

From our point of view, a class action is probably not the best way to approach Levaquin litigation for an injury case which involves any of the following:

• Tendon Rupture

• Rotator Cuff Tear / Injury
• Severe Tendonitis / Tendinitis

If you are interested in getting the facts of your possible Levaquin case reviewed by our law firm, please complete our Levaquin Case Evaluation form for a free legal case review.

If any relatives or friends need legal advice or legal representation for a possible claim involving an injury which may have been caused by Levaquin, please direct them to this web site or have them call us on our toll-free telephone number: (800) 426-9535.

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