There is a difference between 2 tablets 3 times a day and 2 to 4 tablets 4 times a day.
For the first and correct dosage, it calls for 6 pills daily.
For the second, the dosage that was listed on the bottle, it calls for a range of 8 to 16 pills.
This is the reason why Robaxin 750mg tablets were just recalled.
Robaxin is a prescription medicine that is used for the relief of discomfort from acute and painful musculoskeletal conditions. Using the incorrect dosage can lead to patients experiencing drowsiness or dizziness. In the worse cases, they could experience seizures, coma, or even death.
How did this mistake happen and how common are prescription dosage problems?
Incorrect product labeling is just one example of how product liability cases arise. At the Dan Doyle Law Group, we want to go over exactly what product liability is.
Just browse the official government recall website and you will see just how many products are faulty. There are thousands of recalls ongoing, and most of them arise in one of the following ways:
According the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the following types of products lead to millions of ER visits year.
The last thing you expect when you buy something for you and your family is that it will cause harm. Think about how many products you use on a daily basis. We usually trust the manufacturers to keep us safe, but what happens when they are negligent and put faulty products in the hands of consumers?
If you or a loved one have been injured or gotten ill because of a product you have used or consumed, you need to seek legal assistance. The Dan Doyle Law Group is ready to step in when you need a defective product lawyer in Philadelphia. We will work to investigate your claim and we are not afraid of big companies. We know that your injury is serious and can cost you money in medical expenses as well as lost income if you miss work. We want to help you recover that money as well as get you compensation for pain and suffering damages. You can contact us by clicking here or calling 215-987-3730 for a free consultation.