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Heartburn Drug Injury Lawyers

Harmed By a Heartburn Drug? Let Us Take Away Your Worry.

More than 15 million Americans take proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) to treat heartburn. These drugs work to relieve heartburn and acid reflux by reducing the amount of stomach acid the body produces, but they can cause serious problems in some patients. PPIs have been linked to significant health problems, including an increased risk of chronic kidney disease.

Our team is here to help if you or a loved one is dealing with side effects caused by heartburn medication. Our promise is to care like family, listen to learn, and do what’s right. Through every step of your case, we will put your interests first as we pursue the best possible result on your behalf.

Heartburn Drugs & Kidney Disease

If you have been diagnosed with chronic kidney disease or suffered kidney failure after taking a PPI heartburn medication, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills and other losses. Crumley Roberts is currently investigating cases involving:

  • Nexium®
  • Prevacid®
  • Prilosec®
  • Losec®
  • Protonix®
  • Zegerid®

The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Internal Medicine published the results of a heartburn medication study that linked PPI use to an increased risk of chronic kidney disease. According to the study, patients who took PPIs once per day were 15% more likely to develop chronic kidney disease, and patients who took PPIs twice per day were at a 46% increased risk.

For more information on heartburn drug lawsuits and how Crumley Roberts can help, please call our offices at (866) 691-0607. We are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to take your call.

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