TorHoerman Law is currently accepting new Belviq cancer lawsuit clients.
Do I Qualify for a Belviq Lawsuit?
Patients who took:
and were subsequently diagnosed with:
- pancreatic cancer
- other cancers
may be eligible for a Belviq lawsuit.
If you believe you may qualify for a lawsuit, contact TorHoerman Law for a free, no-obligation case consultation with a Belviq cancer lawyer today.
You can also use our chatbot below to receive a free, instant online case evaluation right now!
If you do qualify, it may help to familiarize yourself with the steps of the civil litigation process before you begin so that you know the step of your Belviq lawsuit.
If you took Belviq or Belviq XR and were diagnosed with pancreatic, colorectal, lung cancer, or other cancers, a Belviq cancer lawyer from TorHoerman Law will work to seek the following damages for you:
- Medical expenses from your treatment
- Pain and suffering, both physical and mental, caused by cancer, treatments, and recovery period
- Loss of wages, loss of earning capacities
- Loss of enjoyment of life resulting from the disease and damages
- Other punitive damages and compensatory damages
After calculating your total damages, you will determine how much compensation you desire from your Belviq lawsuit to cover your total costs.
Hiring a Belviq Cancer Lawyer
The first step to filing a Belviq lawsuit is hiring a personal injury lawyer.
Your state’s statute of limitations allows only a certain window of time for you to take legal action after suffering an injury, so it is important to find a Belviq cancer lawyer and file your Belviq lawsuit as soon as possible.
In the unfortunate event that your loved one died as a result of cancer from Belviq, you might need to consult a wrongful death attorney.
Your attorney will help you to:
- gather evidence
- establish liability
- build a case
- navigate the litigation process
- get compensated for your injuries
Your Belviq cancer lawyer will stress this, but another important first step is to mitigate injuries and future costs by seeking medical treatment right away and following your doctor’s orders.
Mitigation is an important step in building strong, honest case facts.
Be sure to minimize any costs or negative affects of your injury and never try to upload the severity of your injuries.
It’s important to start gathering evidence as soon as possible to support your claim against the manufacturer or liable party. This evidence includes:
- medical bills
- proof of damages
- loss of wages
- calculated future costs
- documented physical & emotional suffering
- other evidence
This will help prove the total cost of losses endured resulting from your diagnosis.