Merck Propecia Lawsuits
For years men have reported suffering from permanent Propecia erectile dysfunction problems. If you have been diagnosed with finasteride sexual side effects after using this hair loss drug you may be eligible to file a Propecia lawsuit. Currently Merck Propecia lawsuits are being filed by individuals and families throughout the United States and there is no national Propecia class action lawsuit. Fields Law Firm is currently working with a team of attorneys representing men who have suffered from permanent erectile dysfunction side effects in filing claims.
Propecia erectile dysfunction impotence problems have been reported in men after stopping finasteride treatment. For some men these sexual side effects are permanent and life-changing. If you have permanent erectile dysfunction (ED) side effects please contact us for a confidential legal consultation and the latest Propecia lawsuits news.
A recent study reports that this hair loss drug can in fact cause permanent sexual side effects which is contrary to the manufacturer’s warnings which states that after stopping treatment, Propecia sexual side effects will go away.
We believe that the manufacturer of finasteride should be held accountable for any permanent injuries they are legally responsible for and men should be fairly compensated for their damages due to Propecia sexual side effects that do not go away after discontinuing treatment. Many men have had their life changed in a number of ways due to Propecia permanent erectile dysfunction side effects including:
•Unpaid medical bills
•Loss of their quality of life
We represent all clients suffering from Propecia permanent erectile dysfunction side effects on a contingency basis which means that there are never any legal fees unless we win compensation in your case. For a free, confidential no-obligation consultation please call toll free or fill out our short online contact form and one of our lawyers will contact you to answer any of your questions including the latest updates on Merck Propecia lawsuits filing deadlines.