Did You Purchase Limbrel (Flavocoxid) On a Doctor’s Recommendation? You May Have Legal Recourse.
If you purchased the medical food Limbrel (flavocoxid) upon a doctor’s recommendation and/or prescription to treat the symptoms of osteoarthritis, you may be eligible to join a class action lawsuit against the makers of Limbrel for selling a product that was not effective as advertised. Recent FDA reports indicate that Limbrel causes adverse side effects in some patients – which led Primus Pharmaceuticals, maker of the medical food, to recall shipments of Limbrel in late 2017 – and even those who have not experienced adverse side effects report that the expensive medical food has proven ineffective to treat osteoarthritis relative to cheaper, over-the-counter (OTC) treatments.
The premier class action law firm of McCune, Wright, and Arevalo, LLP, is pursuing legal action on behalf of consumers who have been physically or financially injured by the use of Limbrel, including those who simply purchased the product on a doctor’s recommendation but received no material benefit from use of Limbrel. If you purchased Limbrel based on the recommendation and prescription of a physician under the impression that Limbrel was a medical food (based on what you were told by a physician and/or informational brochures), contact one of our attorneys at your earliest convenience to learn about your options for financial recovery.
We are particularly interested in speaking with individuals who purchased Limbrel in California (and specifically Orange County) either partially or completely with out-of-pocket funds. Whether this applies to you, or you simply have purchased Limbrel in the past and wish to learn about your legal options for recovery (whether or not you suffered adverse reactions), we look forward to hearing from you as soon as possible.