If you or a family member developed bladder cancer after taking Actos, you have a right to be outraged. Pharmaceutical companies must be held accountable for violating patient trust and knowingly putting consumers at risk for a grave disease such as cancer.
Evidence suggests Takeda Pharmaceuticals knew of the connection between Actos and bladder cancer rates long before the public was warned. Early clinical testing conducted by Takeda revealed a possible link, yet the company failed to share this evidence with federal regulators, the medical community, or consumers.
Millions of Americans were exposed to a risk of bladder cancer unknowingly. If you or a loved one developed cancer after being exposed to Actos, an Actos bladder cancer lawsuit is your means for exercising your legal rights.
We specialize in helping American families recover compensation for their losses while holding negligent companies accountable. If we believe we can build a strong case for you, we will commit our extensive resources to obtaining compensation on your behalf.
If you or someone you love was diagnosed with bladder cancer and have a history of taking the diabetes medication Actos, you may have grounds to file an Actos bladder cancer lawsuit.
Once the most widely-prescribed medication for Type II diabetes, Actos has been conclusively found to increase a patientâ€™s risk of developing bladder cancer. Bladder cancer is a serious and deadly disease. While the FDA says patients only experience an increased risk of bladder cancer after taking Actos for one year, other research shows that high doses of pioglitazone may lead to cancer development much sooner.
Persons eligible to file Actos lawsuits have been diagnosed with bladder cancer following exposure to Actos, or have lost to a loved one to bladder cancer related to Actos. These persons may seek compensation for:
While thousands of Actos bladder cancer lawsuits have already been settled, these attorneys are still accepting new Actos cancer lawsuit claims. State time limits do apply to filing an Actos bladder cancer lawsuit, yet most persons who contact an attorney in the near future will fall within the time limits.
Please complete our online contact form or chat with a representative to learn if you qualify to file an Actos lawsuit. An attorney handling Actos bladder cancer lawsuits will contact you promptly to learn about your situation and answer all your questions.
While a large number of cases have already been settled, attorneys handling national* Actos bladder cancer cases are still accepting new claims for possible Actos lawsuits. The Onder Law Firm will represent all persons involved in an Actos bladder cancer lawsuit on a contingency basis, meaning there are never any legal fees unless we win compensation in your case.
If you think you may be eligible to file an Actos cancer claim against Takeda Pharmaceuticals, contact our firm for a free, no-obligation consultation today. By learning the details of your circumstances, our attorneys can answer your questions and help you determine whether filing an Actos bladder cancer lawsuit is the right step.
Our attorneys are filing Actos lawsuits on behalf of clients nationwide. Please fill out our short online contact form or call us at 1-800-790-5698 and an attorney handling bladder cancer lawsuits will contact you shortly.
The FDA issued two warnings on the risk of bladder cancer from taking Actos, in 2010 and 2011. Federal regulators required that Takeda Pharmaceuticals add a bladder cancer warning label to the drug in 2011. Read detailed information about FDA bladder cancer warnings here.
Persons and the family members of persons who have suffered from bladder cancer after being exposed to pioglitazone, the active ingredient in Actos, may still qualify to file an Actos bladder cancer lawsuit. Contact these attorneys to learn about contingency representation â€“ you'll never pay a legal fee unless they win on your behalf.