If you are affected by Stevens-Johnson Syndrome or TENS you may be entitled to compensation
Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis Syndrome (TENS)
The law firm of Shamis & Gentile, P.A., investigates any potential SJS and TENS lawsuit nationwide for any individual who has been diagnosed with SJS or TENS to determine if any financial compensation may be available.
While there are many medications that can cause Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, the most commonly associates types of drugs are drugs are anti-convulsants, antibiotics, and anti-inflammatory medications. Common drugs that have bene known to cause SJS and TENS are:
Phenytoin – used to treat certain kinds of seizures, as well as for other reasons. (Dilantin)
Leavquin – used as an antibiotic
Aleve and Excedrin – used as an antibiotic
Bactrim – a sulfa drug
Ibuprofen – Advil, Motrin, Nuprin, and Children’s Motrin
Carbamezepine – used to treat seizures, pain caused by a problem with a nerve in the face, bipolar problems, as well as for other reasons (Tegretol)
Pirozicam – used to treat arthritis, as well as for other reasons (Zyloprim)
Allopurinol – used to prevent gouty arthritis, treat kidney stones, prevent high uric acid levels during chemo, as well as for other reasons (Feldene)
Zithromax, tetracyline, penicillin and other sulfa-based antibiotics.
The Law Firm of Shamis & Gentile, P.A.
Shamis & Gentile investigates potential cases for individuals who have been diagnosed, even if they are not entirely sure what medications caused the skin reaction. Our attorneys will review all the medications the induvial has taken and will help determine if there is financial compensation available for this rare and unfortunate condition.
Cases have been reported with victims recovering 120 Million dollars due to extensive brain damage and skin damage. If you are affected by Stevens-Johnson Syndrome or TENS you may be entitled to compensation for damages including Medical Expenses, permanency of the injury, pain, suffering and mental anguish, loss of income or ability to work. Furthermore, if a patient dies due to complications due to SJS, family members may be entitled to compensation for the wrongful death of their loved one, including conscious pain and suffering of the loved one prior to death, pain and suffering of the loss of the loved one and funeral expenses.
South Florida Injury Attorneys, Shamis & Gentile, P.A.
Call us now at 302-479-2299 to get a free consultation. There are NO fees or expenses unless a recover is obtained, so call today for a free consultation, or request a free case review on-line. We would be happy to review for you, a loved one, a friend, or anyone you suspect may have a case. HOWEVER! Be aware that every case has a deadline and so it is imperative that you contact us immediately to avoid any potential waiver of your claim.