Chantix

Marketed by Pfizer, Chantix is a drug that is used on adults to help with smoking addictions. This is a dangerous drug that has been linked to an increase in cardiovascular events and neuropsychological events such as depression. People who have been injured by this drug deserve to be represented by an experienced lawyer who will protect their interests. At Summers, Rufolo & Rodgers, you will find the experience you are seeking.

Led by a team of competent trial lawyers, Summers, Rufolo & Rodgers, represents people throughout Tennessee in defective drug lawsuits, defective medical device lawsuits and personal injury matters. Since 1969, we have been providing straightforward and individualized legal representation. Our attorneys will tailor their legal services to meet the specific needs of your situation.

Please contact our attorneys today to schedule a free consultation at 423-933-2738.

Side Effects of Chantix

Not only has Chantix been associated with an increased risk for neuropsychological episodes such as depression and suicide, but it also has an increased risk for health complications such as:

  • Sudden death
  • Stroke
  • Coronary artery disease
  • Heart arrhythmias

Depression, Suicide and Chantix

Over the past five years, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has released several studies linking patients who used Chantix with many types of neuropsychological events, including suicidal thoughts, mood swings, suicidal behaviors, seizures and more. If you or a loved one has suffered any of these symptoms, it is important to seek legal advice to learn if you can file a lawsuit. The attorneys at Summers, Rufolo & Rodgers, will make certain that you are justly compensated for your injuries or loss.

Contact Our Tennessee Chantix Lawsuit Lawyers

To schedule an initial consultation, please contact the attorneys at our firm at 423-933-2738 or 423-933-2738. Located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, we represent clients throughout the surrounding areas in personal injury, medical malpractice and defective drug lawsuits.