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Three Dozen Fosamax Plaintiffs File Suit in New Jersey Mass Tort

Filed March 16th, 2012 Laurie

National law firm Parker Waichman LLP filed a total of 36 Fosamax-related lawsuits on March 5 in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division, Atlantic County, where Fosamax complaints have been designated a mass tort. All of the lawsuits filed by Parker Waichman LLP name Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. f/k/a Merck & Co., Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. as Defendants.

The plaintiffs involved in these lawsuits are all female and hail from California, Massachusetts, and Mississippi. The lawsuits allege that as a direct and proximate result of their long-term use of Fosamax, the Plaintiffs suffered severe mental and physical pain and suffering, and have and will continue to sustain permanent injuries and emotional distress, along with economic losses resulting from medical expenses and living-related expenses related to their new lifestyle. The women claim they would have never used Fosamax if the Defendants had informed them of the risks associated with long-term use.

The Defendants are seeking compensatory, punitive and treble damages, as well as ascertainable economic losses, reimbursement of the cost of Fosamax, reimbursement for all past, present and future health and medical costs related to Fosamax per quod, and derivative damages on behalf of the plaintiffs.

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