According to a recent CNN report, two patients—one on Ozempic and the other on Wegovy—experienced far more than just minor stomach symptoms due to these weight loss drugs. Their stomachs were tragically paralyzed.
The aftermath of Ozempic injections left both patients seriously ill, with severe vomiting and an inability to eat. Their diagnosis revealed the severity of their condition: severe gastroparesis, or what is commonly known as “paralyzed stomachs.”
Despite mounting evidence, the maker of Ozempic, Novo Nordisk, has dismissed allegations about the drug’s safety. But with more victims coming forward, the importance of seeking justice cannot be understated. If you or someone you care about has faced adverse side effects while taking Ozempic, you might have a rightful claim to financial compensation.
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What to Do If Harmed by Ozempic® or Other Weight Loss Drugs?
When facing severe harm caused by the negligence of others, it becomes crucial to take decisive action. At National Injury Attorneys, our network of co-counsel partner attorneys has been unwaveringly fighting for the rights of victims across the nation, securing over $100 Million in damages.
Combining the personalized service of a small firm with the extensive resources of a large one, we are fully prepared to take on even the most formidable adversaries to ensure victims receive the maximum compensation they rightfully deserve for the needless suffering they have endured.
If you have been prescribed Ozempic®, Wegovy®, Mounjaro®, Rybelsus®, Saxenda®, or any other weight loss drug and are encountering adverse side effects or have concerns about the drug’s safety, do not hesitate to contact National Injury Attorneys for a free and no-obligation case evaluation. You may be eligible to pursue compensation that can help cover medical expenses and more.