Do You Have A Diagnosis Of Cancer After Taking Ranitidine?
Ranitidine is another name for the popular prescription drug known as Zantac. It is often prescribed for people who need relief from heartburn. While Zantac may reduce acid and relieve heartburn, it may also contribute to an unwanted side effect: the development of cancer.
The use of Zantac has been associated with diagnoses of many types of cancer, including bladder, kidney and ovarian cancer. While it may be difficult to prove cause and effect, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has taken evidence seriously enough that it issued a recall of Zantac in December, 2019.
The Significance Of A Drug Recall And The Importance Of Quality Legal Counsel
When a drug manufacturer issues a recall and urges consumers to stop taking a particular drug, this fact may serve as a green light for a product liability claim. Through a claim or lawsuit, you may be able to recover compensation for medical expenses and other losses associated with your cancer. A successful claim can bring you the financial resources you need for expenses and losses that go along with a fight against cancer.
Leeseberg & Valentine is a strong ally and advocate for people who have suffered injuries when taking dangerous and defective drugs. Our skilled litigators have successfully taken on major manufacturers and their insurers while pursuing compensation for injured clients. Our law firm has recovered some of the largest injuries and verdicts in Ohio history for injured plaintiffs and our team includes board-certified trial advocates.
We Provide Comprehensive Representation For The Injured
In addition to skill and a strong track record, we bring compassion and care for our clients with product liability claims. We are a full-service injury law firm committed to providing the best service that we can. Ultimately, we aim to help clients recover appropriate compensation to cover medical bills, lost wage replacement, and pain and suffering. If you have a viable case, we will represent you on a contingency basis. Initial consultations are free. To get the conversation started, call us at 614-221-2223 or send an email inquiry through our website.