Boniva® Attorneys JacksonvilleFDA Recall, Warning or Action: While this drug is meant to prevent bone fracture, it may cause rare but still critical fractures of its own.Prescription medications are often expunged from pharmacy shelves after recurrent cases of dangerous side effects are diagnosed. Our law firm’s trial lawyers work closely with product specialists to identify potentially harmful drugs, bad warning labels, insufficient medical directions, product design flaws as well as known complications. Now and again, the manufacturer or marketer may have already taken positive steps to remove the dangerous drug, or to label the product with adequate instructions or warnings. Surprising, there are still times where big pharmaceutical providers elect not to notify consumers or their doctor that a potential problem has been identified.Side Effects of Boniva® UseBoniva® is a bisphosphonate drug generally prescribed to post-menopausal women. It works by reducing degeneration in the bone. This process in referred to as resorption. Possible effects or patient outcomes include:Jaw PainJaw Feeling HeavyGum SwellingLoose TeethNumbnessJaw Bone ExposureNOTE: According to the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, use of Boniva® is correlated to sudden or unusual bone fracture in the thigh bone.Our personal injury attorneys can arrange to meet with you at our office or any convenient location to discuss the damages of your personal injury case. If you or a loved one has been injured by or permanently damaged due the failure of a manufacturer or seller to exercise reasonable care or to provide a safe product or service, defending your rights is going to be an uphill battle. Contact a liability lawyer at 904-251-1111 or 1-800-251-1111; or use this website’s Do I Have A Case form for a prompt response.