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Nsaids / Toradol


Serious medical complications can arise from NSAIDs/Toradol side effects. If affected, our team will fight tirelessly for your rights and compensation.

Toradol is a prescription that made news headlines in 2019 when NFL players filed a lawsuit for the prescription drug injuries that resulted from their use of these anti-inflammation medications. While this prescription can be effective for pain management, there are serious consequences that can occur – especially when Toradol use is ongoing.

If you or a loved one has been injured by Toradol or any other type of medication, then it’s time to talk to an experienced legal team about prescription drug litigation. Find a Toradol attorney who has experience with similar cases. Our team at Wormington & Bollinger is here to help. We offer many years of success handling NSAID lawsuits and more.

Adverse Effects of Toradol & Other NSAIDs

The use of NSAIDs is common among athletes and patients with a wide range of physical pain. These medications decrease prostaglandins in the body, which are the substances that cause inflammation. Toradol was a common NSAID prescription because it isn’t a narcotic, which means that it’s not addictive.

Toradol offers effective results for short-term pain relief and can be administered by IV, injection, or oral pills. It is often used for pain management after surgery, or for athletes needing to manage inflammation from chronic, repetitive injuries.

Even though NSAIDs are often used for reducing inflammation and managing pain, the use of these medications can come at a cost. Many patients have experienced serious side effects and prescription drug injuries, including:

  • Gastrointestinal Bleeding:
    Toradol and other NSAIDs can damage the gastrointestinal tract, causing harm that results in internal bleeding. These medications can also cause ulcers and other problems in the stomach and intestines.
  • Kidney or Liver Damage:
    The way NSAIDs are processed in the body can result in irreversible damage to the liver and kidneys.
  • Stroke or Heart Attack:
    Patients at a high risk of heart disease or stroke shouldn’t use Toradol or other similar NSAIDs because these medications can damage the heart.

While some patients experience relatively mild or moderate side effects, these prescription drugs can also result in severe health consequences. These injuries could be potentially fatal in some cases.

Legal Options if You Have Been Injured by NSAIDs

There’s no question that the serious damage of NSAIDs, such as Toradol, can cause severe medical complications that can change your life. If you or a loved one has been injured, then it’s time to talk to our Toradol attorney to learn more about your options. Prescription drug litigation should always be handled by a legal team with experience managing other related cases.

While the biggest NSAID lawsuit made national news because of the way this drug was misused in the NFL and among college athletes, ordinary people have also been injured by Toradol and other anti-inflammatory prescriptions. Everyone deserves a legal advocate, which is why our team at Wormington & Bollinger is here to help.

These prescriptions are controlled substances and must be carefully administered based on the unique medical history and conditions of each patient. If a doctor recommended the use of Toradol and it caused an injury to you or a loved one, then it’s time to explore your options for prescription drug litigation. Contact us today to learn more about your legal rights. Wormington & Bollinger is here to help.

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