I agree with my colleague, we need more information before we can help you.
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You need to take your medical records and consult with an attorney familiar with these types of products liability claims. Ultimately, a medical professional will have to say there is a connection between the medication and your injuries. Time is not on your side to get those records and seek out an attorney in your area as soon as possible.
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As all of the other attorneys have suggested, here are some questions that would help: What other medications were you on? How long and what dosage was the Klonopin? Has any Dr linked up your fractures to the meds? age? any prior history or osteoporosis or bone problems?.... Please go see a products liability attorney in your area asap.
I agree with my colleagues. You may have a claim, it is hard to give a definite answer without more information. Contact a product's liability attorney to review your case. Most attorneys offer free consultations.
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I agree with my colleagues. Get copies of youe medical records and bring them to an experienced personal injury attorney in your area who handles these types of cases. Good luck.
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