If you have developed rhabdomyolysis, kidney damage, myoglobinuria, drug-induced hepatitis or a family member has died from acute renal failure (ARF) or any of the above that could potentially be linked with your regular use of Crestor, you may want to consider a Crestor law suit. As with all cases of negligence and product liability, it is important that you consult an attorney regarding filing a Crestor law suit, in order to obtain compensation. Click any of the panels on the left and right sides of this page to contact a Crestor lawyer now.
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