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Dangers of Actos

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People suffering from Type 2 diabetes are often left to look for different options to help this potentially dangerous disease. A way people can help regulate their insulin and blood sugar levels is taking a prescribed medication. One of the medications that hit the market to help individuals with Type 2 diabetes is Actos. Many people turned to this as a safer option than other diabetes medications, but this was hardly the case. Actos has been linked to the development of bladder cancer in individuals who took it.

Unfortunately, those who suffer from type 2 diabetes can find themselves suffering from an often more serious disease after taking Actos for any length of time. According to the website of Williams Kherkher, bladder cancer is associated with difficulty urinating, recurring tumors, and the cancer even spreading to nearby organs. Even more terrifying, approximately 50% of those who treat their bladder cancer in the early stages find themselves in remission making this type of cancer particularly dangerous. When Actos was first released, patients had no clue about this terrifying risk associated with the medication leading to many developing bladder cancer. If you have taken Actos in the past and have experienced symptoms such as blood in the urine, painful urinating, or abdominal pain, it is important to be tested for bladder cancer as soon as possible.

The treatment for bladder cancer is serious and can leave individuals not only with serious emotional trauma, but with tremendous financial burdens. This makes it necessary for an individual to receive compensation in their time of need. When people develop this disease from taking Actos, intending to help their type 2 diabetes, it can be particularly shocking. Bladder cancer is a devastating disease that can change a victim’s life forever.

Drunk Driving and Commercial Trucking

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According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, intoxicated drivers account for approximately 32% of all accidents. Driving is an immense responsibility drivers. When an individual chooses to operate a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, the consequences can be devastating. Sadly, the innocent victim can be injured while the drunk driver remains unharmed. Even as awareness and actions against drunk driving are on the rise, drunk driving remains steady. In fact, car accidents are the number one cause of death among teenagers and many of the drivers are driving while intoxicated. This can leave victims with serious and life-altering injuries as well as financial burdens that may be too much to handle. Drunk driving can even occur by individuals operating 18-wheelers.

Since commercial trucks are significantly larger than an average car, these accidents can cause debilitating injuries and damages to an individual. These are particularly terrifying as truck drivers being cautious can still cause serious accidents with a slight driving error. This is why it is important for an individual affected by a drunk driver of a car or 18-wheeler seek compensation. According to the website of Crowe and Mulvey, drunk drivers can be forced to cover medical bills, lost wages, and property damages. What makes many drunk driving accidents so devastating is that they are preventable. These accidents can range from small vehicles to massive 18-wheelers and can leave victims with life-altering damages. No matter how safe you are while driving, you cannot control the reckless actions of others. If you are a victim of a drunk driver or know someone who is, it is important to receive the proper compensation you deserve.