5 Facts about Slimquickby David Cates (Cates Law)
Slimquick is marketed as a weight loss dietary supplement for women. The following are 5 key facts about Slimquick that the manufacturers don’t want you to know about:
- Slimquick, like other dietary supplements, is NOT regulated by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA).
- Slimquick contains the chemical Hydroquinone – which in large doses is toxic and can damage the liver, even leading to liver disease.
- The chemical compound Hydroquinone was tested on rats, mice, and rabbits to determine whether it was safe for human consumption.
- Slimquick is not only NOT effective in many humans, it can dramatically increase your odds of developing kidney or liver disease.
- Treatment for liver disease can exceed $50,000 a month. Hiring a lawyer will not be a choice for these individuals but a necessity. For this reason, it is imperative that you contact a highly qualified team of Slimquick Lawyers that have a long history of success and have recovered numerous multi-million dollar verdicts for their clients. Your life and quality of life are too important to leave in the hands of an inexperienced law firm.
The manufacturers of Slimquick may have been negligent in the testing of their ‘weight-loss’ product. For this reason, they need to be held responsible for any damages and injuries Slimquick has caused. Given our 30+ years of courtroom experience in extraordinarily complex litigation, we are confident that we can maximize financial compensation for your injuries. If you believe that Slimquick is responsible for your liver or kidney damage or liver disease, please contact us today for a free no-risk consultation. Additional information about the hidden dangers of Slimquick can be found here: Slimquick FAQs