Federal law requires that drug companies submit to the FDA any reports of side-effects associated with use of their products. Moreover, should the company receive any adverse event reports that are considered serious or unexpected, they must inform the FDA within 15 calendar days, as well as open an investigation into the reports themselves.

According to an October 11 warning letter, the FDA said that Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Inc. failed to submit more than 70 serious adverse event reports, over the course of seven-years, regarding the company’s narcolepsy drug, Xyrem. Alarmingly, at least 10 of the reports involved patient death. The FDA further revealed that Jazz Pharmaceutical received a similar warning back in 2007 over other adverse event reporting violations.


Frank M. Eidson P.A. has been tirelessly representing the rights of Central Florida victims since 1989.

$4.2 Million

Auto Accident

$2.3 Million

Workers Comp Case

$5.65 Million

Auto Accident

Free, No Obligation Case Review.

Fill out our contact form below for your free, no obligation case review.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Help provide wounded servicemen and women with therapeutic outdoor adventures. Like our Facebook page and we'll contribute $1 to Wounded Warriors Outdoors.

Contact Our Orlando Attorney

If you have been injured in an accident, turn to Frank M. Eidson P.A. Whether your case is a simple collision or a complicated auto wrongful death case, contact personal injury lawyer Frank Eidson today to schedule your free consultation.