As I indicated before, you need to consult with a products liability attorney in your area as soon as possible. Time is not on your side. If you have your medical records, including precription records, take them to an attorney right away. You may have a viable claim but that means nothing if the statute of limitations expires.
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We need some more information, such as is loss of bone density a listed side effect? We're you told that there might be serious side effects. Did you read any inserts or other literature about klonopin before or while taking it? When did you discover loss of bone density? What other medications are now taking or have you taken in the past? These are jus a couple of answers needed before an educated opinion can be rendered.
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