Millions of people have taken the drug Actos for the treatment of type II diabetes. Unfortunately, experts have now linked Actos to serious side effects such as bladder cancer, heart attacks and liver damage.
If you are one of the thousands of people who have suffered one of these side effects after taking the drug, it is important that you learn about your options to take part in an Actos Lawsuit before it is too late. You may be entitled to substantial compensation; however, the time to take action is limited.
Last June, the FDA issued a warning that long-term use of Actos could increase the risk of bladder cancer. The drug was taken off the market completely by authorities in France and Germany, but is still being prescribed in the United States.
These measures came after researchers discovered that the use of Actos for more than a year could increase the risk of bladder cancer by as much as 40%. Drugs in the thiazolidinedione (TZD) class, such as Actos and Avandia, have also been linked to heart attacks and liver damage.
Those who have suffered a disease or injury are now able to seek recovery for their damages through an Actos Lawsuit for the failure of the drug companies to properly warn of the dangers.
Contact us today to speak with a lawyer about whether you qualify for an Actos Lawsuit and how long you have to take action. It costs you nothing to discuss your case or file a claim.
Bladder cancer is a severe condition that attacks the lining of the bladder. Although it is often detected early and has a high survival rate, it can take years of painful and expensive treatment. This usually involves radiation therapy, surgery, vaccine therapy, chemotherapy and immunotherapy. Some cases are fatal.
You and your family should not face the burden of a serious medical condition alone simply because of the negligence of a large drug company.
The evidence linking Actos to bladder cancer is clear and companies who manufacture defective products are liable for the damages caused. Some of the top lawyers in the country are now available to help those injured recover a substantial amount to deal with their condition.
Every Actos lawsuit has a different value and expiration date, or Statute of Limitations, on how much time you have to file a claim before your rights expire. Therefore, it is recommended that you speak with a qualified lawyer as soon as possible.
Defective drug lawsuits are complex legal matters that require a thorough investigation of medical records, testimony by researchers, legal expertise and significant resources to fight large drug companies. Make sure any lawyer you choose has experience fighting and winning against large drug companies.
The ActosCenter works with only the top drug injury lawyers and law firms in the country to make sure your case is handled properly and you recover quickly.
Contact us today to speak with a qualified lawyer about your Actos bladder cancer case. We are available 24 hours a day to answer your questions and provide help.