The Kroger Company Lidocaine Patches

Levi & Korsinsky, LLP is investigating potential claims against Kroger relating to Kroger’s lidocaine patches that are advertised as “Maximum Strength.” Lidocaine is an anesthetic that prevents pain by blocking the signals at the nerve endings in the skin. Kroger’s “Maximum Strength” lidocaine patches contain 4% lidocaine. However, despite being advertised as “Maximum Strength,” competing prescription lidocaine products contain 5% lidocaine. Kroger also represents that certain Kroger lidocaine products provide up to 8 hours of relief. However, the products may fail to adhere to the body for up to 8 hours and therefore provide less relief than advertised.

If you purchased a Kroger Lidocaine Patch advertised as “Maximum Strength” and wish to discuss your legal rights, please contact Mark Reich, Esq. ( or Courtney Maccarone, Esq. ( of Levi & Korsinsky, LLP.

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