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Can you sue two different drug companies for the same illness. And who is taking on Seroquel high blood pressure cases?

Lima, OH |
Filed under: Medical malpractice

I took zyprexz for less than 1 yr. and developed dibetes and took seroquel for about 3yrs and now i have dibetes and high blood pressure. I sued zyprexa and settled. But i feel one should be paying for the high blood pressure. which is out of control. its scary.

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Nothing stops you from suing two drug companies as long as you don't collect twice for the same injury. If you won your Zyprexa case did you hire an attorney for that litigation? If so I would ask that attorney, who knows your medical history, if a case against Seroquel is feasible. I cannot tell you if you have a case against Seroquel because that would take a lengthy and detailed analysis.

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