A Florida 5-Hour Energy Side Effects Lawyer Who Will Fight Back
5-Hour Energy is a popular energy drink sold in 2-ounce "shots," but some people are consulting with energy drink lawyers after experiencing injuries or 5-Hour Energy side effects. Advertised to have less caffeine than the average cup of coffee, the energy drink contains amino acids such as taurine, L-tyrosine, and L-phenylalanine, all of which are designed to boost energy levels. Within just a few years of its initial release in 2004, 5-Hour Energy dominated the U.S. energy drink market and was used by millions of people each day.
At the Law Office of Jeffrey D. DeCarlo, P.A., we know that this popular energy drink has been linked to dangerous side effects resulting in severe cardiovascular problems. Fight back with an experienced 5-Hour Energy side effects attorney. If you or a loved one has been injured after taking 5-Hour Energy, contact an experienced legal professional. You may need to pursue a 5-Hour Energy lawsuit. Contact attorney Jeffrey D. DeCarlo to learn about your options.
5-Hour Energy side effects - what consumers should know
With 5-Hour Energy and many other energy drinks marketed specifically toward athletes and other active individuals, many reports have linked excessive caffeine intake to toxic cardiovascular problems, including arrhythmias, when combined with the regular cardiovascular stress of exercise. This effect is especially dangerous to children who have heart disorders, mood disorders, or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Potential side effects of 5-Hour Energy include:
- Heart palpitations
- High blood pressure
- Heart attack
- Mood disorders, anxiety, irritability
How a 5-Hour Energy Drink lawsuit attorney can stand up for you
If a dangerous energy drink has caused you or a loved one harm, contact a Florida energy drink lawyer today. You might be entitled to compensation for your losses, both financial and emotional. At the Law Office of Jeffrey D. DeCarlo, P.A., our experienced legal team understands that the full health effects of 5-Hour Energy and other energy drinks are not fully known. 5-Hour Energy and other energy drinks are regulated as dietary supplements. That means they're subject to more relaxed regulations than foods or drugs. Manufacturers don't need approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to sell their product.
For over 20 years, attorney Jeffrey D. DeCarlo has successfully litigated cases against drug companies. Jeffrey DeCarlo isn't afraid to take on big drug manufacturers who may try to shift the blame. Jeffrey DeCarlo isn't afraid to play hardball with insurance representatives who might offer a "low ball" settlement that doesn't begin to cover the cost of your injuries. Take a stand. Jeffrey D. DeCarlo knows how to get the facts and will consult top medical experts if necessary. Contact the Law Office of Jeffrey D. DeCarlo, P.A., at (305) 572-0065 or contact us online for a free case evaluation. You only pay when you win your case.