Medications are meant to help us and not harm us; however, there are certain pharmaceutical products that have made their way to the market and have caused innocent people serious harm. One such example of this is GranuFlo.

GranuFlo, a drug given to patients undergoing kidney dialysis, has been linked to heart attacks. In fact, the drug was taken off of the market in March 2012 because studies revealed that people were six times likelier to have suffered a heart attack or sudden cardiac arrest and death. If you suffered a heart attack or a loved one died after taking this defective dialysis drug, you may have a claim against the manufacturer of GranuFlo.

To learn more about your legal rights and to seek compensation for your damages, contact Hupy and Abraham immediately for a free consultation at any of our law offices in Wisconsin, Iowa, or Illinois. Simply call 800.800.5678 or contact us online at

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Helping car accident and personal injury victims throughout Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa since 1993.