Do you qualify for the Zantac Lawsuit Mass Tort?
If you’re looking to join the Zantac lawsuit mass tort – the information and questions in this article will help you do just that!
Have you or a loved one used Zantac or Ranitidine products and subsequently suffered injuries or developed cancer such as bladder cancer, pancreatic cancer (pancreatitis), stomach cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, brain cancer, other cancers, or any other injury?
If so, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries by joining the Zantac lawsuit masstort.
Contact TorHoerman Law today to discuss your legal options with an experienced lawyer.
Your consultation is free of charge and there is no obligation – this is the only way to find out if you can join the Zantac Lawsuit Mass Tort.
If you do not qualify for a Zantac cancer lawsuit, you may still qualify for a Zantac class-action lawsuit if you took Zantac and were unaware of the cancer risks associated with the drug.
TorHoerman Law is not involved in the Zantac class-action lawsuit.
The defendants in the Zantac lawsuit are the manufacturers and distributors of Zantac and generic Ranitidine products, including but not limited to:
The GlaxoSmithKline Corporation (GSK) is a British multinational pharmaceutical company founded in 2000.
GSK is headquartered in Brentford, London.
As of December 2017, GSK’s products are available in over 150 countries and it employs almost 100,000 people worldwide.
Sanofi S.A. is a French multinational pharmaceutical company headquartered in Paris, France, as of 2013 the world’s fifth-largest by prescription sales.
The company was formed as Sanofi-Aventis in 2004 by the merger of Aventis and Sanofi-Synthélabo.
It is listed on the Paris Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the CAC 40 index.
Boehringer Ingelheim is a German multinational pharmaceutical company founded in 1885, with headquarters in Ingelheim, Germany.
As of December 2015, it employed approximately 50,000 people worldwide.
These companies may be held liable for injuries caused by their products, including but not limited to:
According to the FDA, Zantac and Ranitidine can potentially cause cancer.
Aside from the Zantac cancer risk, ten (10) other serious potential side effects caused by Zantac and Ranitidine include:
The FDA has also found that Zantac may cause coughing up mucus, which can lead to difficulty breathing and other respiratory problems.
The airways of the lungs are delicate and any irritation can cause them to become inflamed, swollen, and make it difficult to breathe.
Kidney cancer or kidney failure are additional serious and potentially life-threatening conditions that occur when the kidneys are unable to filter waste and toxins from the blood.
Symptoms of kidney failure include fatigue, weakness, confusion, and difficulty urinating.
If left untreated, kidney failure can lead to coma and death.
Another potential damage caused by Zantac is dark urine.
It is a sign that the liver is not functioning properly and could be a sign of liver damage, liver cancer, or bladder cancer.
The dark urine may also be a sign of dehydration, which can lead to kidney failure.
If this problem occurs after you have been taking Zantac, stop taking the drug and contact a doctor.
Easy bruising or bleeding is another potential side effect of taking Zantac.
This problem occurs when the blood does not clot properly and can lead to excessive bleeding from even the slightest injury.
The Mayo Clinic warns that easy bruising or bleeding can also lead to more serious health problems, such as anemia.
Anyone who experiences easy bruising or bleeding while taking Zantac should speak to a doctor immediately.
Zantac can also cause vision problems in some people.
The drug may cause the pupil of the eye to dilate more than normal or make it difficult to see in low light.
Vision problems may also be a sign of a more serious condition, such as uveitis, and should be evaluated by a doctor.
The weakness is another condition that may be caused by Zantac.
It can lead to fatigue and make it difficult to perform daily activities.
Weakness is very common in those who are taking Zantac and may be a sign of dehydration.
Zantac can also cause joint pain, which is yet another adverse effect to consider.
The joint pain may be a sign of inflammation in the joints and can be very painful.
The discomfort in the joint may make it difficult to move the injured joint.
It is very challenging to deal with the ongoing pain and inflammation.
This problem can be very dangerous and lead to a heart attack or stroke.
Zantac may cause an irregular heartbeat, which is known as arrhythmia.
An arrhythmia is a condition in which the heart beats too fast, too slow, or irregularly.
If you have this issue while using Zantac, consult your doctor immediately.
Chest pain is another symptom that should not be ignored.
It may be a sign of a heart attack or other serious cardiovascular problem.
Zantac may cause the arteries to constrict, which can lead to chest pain.
This problem should be evaluated by a doctor right away.
The loss of appetite is another potential side effect associated with Zantac.
The loss of appetite may lead to weight loss and malnutrition.
Other health issues can then develop as a result of weight loss and malnutrition.
Zantac can also cause nausea and vomiting, which can further contribute to the loss of appetite.
If you experience any of these problems while taking Zantac, it is important to consult your doctor immediately.
Many of these problems can be serious and potentially life-threatening.
It is important to be aware of the potential risks associated with taking this drug and similar dangerous drugs.
The Zantac Multidistrict Litigation (MDL 2924) was filed in the U.S. District Court: Southern District of Florida and consolidates thousands of cases brought against Zantac (Ranitidine) producers/manufacturers.
The lawsuit claims that the NDMA in Zantac caused plaintiffs to develop cancer, which was not a health risk listed on the Zantac users warning label.
You may qualify to file a lawsuit if:
If you meet the criteria above, it’s important to take appropriate action in order to give yourself the best shot possible at joining the Zantac Lawsuit and obtaining compensation.
Our legal team is available to answer any questions you may have about your potential case.
Don’t hesitate to contact us.
TorHoerman Law is currently accepting new clients in the Zantac Cancer Lawsuit.
Our law firm is not currently accepting new clients in the Zantac class-action lawsuit.
If you are interested in joining the Zantac cancer lawsuit mass tort settlement, you should follow the following four (4) steps:
Before filing a Zantac lawsuit, you should familiarize yourself with the steps of the civil litigation process so that you are aware of the processes involved.
You should do everything possible to mitigate your injuries.
Mitigation is extremely important in the process of building a strong and honest case.
Evidence will help to prove the total cost of losses that you endured as a result of your injury, also known as your damages.
An experienced attorney will assist you in gathering evidence, but it is helpful if you start gathering evidence yourself as soon as you find out about your injury.
Common types of evidence in Zantac lawsuits include:
After mitigating damages and gathering evidence, hiring a personal injury attorney who has experience handling bad drug lawsuits should be your next step.
A personal injury attorney will also help determine which evidence is viable to be used in your Zantac claims.
In the unfortunate event that you are representing a loved one who has died as a result of injuries from Zantac OTC, you may need to consult with a wrongful death attorney who has knowledge of Zantac lawsuits.
Your Zantac lawyer will work to:
The statute of limitations bar the amount of time that an injured party has to take legal action following an injury or accident.
Statute of limitations differ by type of litigation, the state in which the case is filed, and the type of injury.
Generally, a Zantac lawsuit plaintiff has 2 years to file a lawsuit following his or her cancer diagnosis.
However, this is not always the case.
It is best to consult with an attorney as soon as possible to determine your Zantac injury statute of limitations.
Damages are the total losses, both non-economic and economic, that an injured party incurs as a result of their injury.
In many personal injury lawsuits, the injured party will choose to file for both compensatory damages and punitive damages.
Common damages in Zantac Lawsuits include:
At TorHoerman Law, our team of personal injury attorneys is available any time to discuss Zantac lawsuits.
We offer free no-obligation case consultations for all potential clients.
Our services are based on contingency fees, so we never charge our clients a dime until they have received compensation first.
With over 100 years of combined litigation experiences and client awards exceeding $4 billion in verdicts and negotiated settlements for litigations we have been involved in, we let our experience and results speak for themselves.
Contact TorHoerman Law to talk to a Zantac lawyer to learn about your legal options and find out if you can join the Zantac Lawsuit.
To prove your Zantac Lawsuit, you will need to provide:
An experienced Zantac lawyer will help you gather this evidence and build your case.
Damages you may be able to recover in a Zantac Lawsuit include:
Your Zantac attorney will work to get you the maximum compensation possible.
The amount of damages you can recover in a Zantac lawsuit varies depending on the specifics of your case.
If you have suffered significant injuries, you may be able to recover a large sum of money.
The best way to find out how much you can get from a Zantac lawsuit is to speak with an experienced attorney.
The statute of limitations is the deadline by which you must file a lawsuit.
The statute of limitations for filing a Zantac lawsuit varies by state.
It is important to speak with an attorney as soon as possible to ensure you do not miss the deadline.
The current status of the Zantac lawsuit is that it is in the early stages.
A bellwether trial is set to begin in October, 2022.
This trial will help determine the direction of the lawsuit and whether or not a class action will be certified.
The trial is expected to last several weeks.
A bellwether trial is a trial that helps determine the direction of a lawsuit and whether or not a class action will be certified.
It is typically the first trial in a large lawsuit and includes a few test cases.
This trial helps attorneys and judges determine the best way to move forward with the lawsuit.
The Zantac lawsuit is currently in the early stages, with plaintiffs filing lawsuits and waiting for the litigation to be consolidated.
The first bellwether trial is scheduled for October 2022.
It is anticipated that the litigation will continue for several years.
The Zantac settlement is a proposed class action settlement that would provide compensation to people who took Zantac and developed cancer.
The settlement would create a significant fund to pay out claims and would also cover medical expenses for people who have been diagnosed with cancer.
The settlement is still in the negotiation phase and has not been finalized.
Zantac lawsuits are being filed because the drug has been linked to several serious health problems, including cancer.
The plaintiffs allege that the manufacturers of Zantac knew or should have known about the potential risks associated with taking the drug and failed to warn consumers.
The plaintiffs also claim that the manufacturers failed to properly test the medicine for safety and effectiveness.
Anyone who has been injured by taking Zantac may be eligible to file a lawsuit.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer after taking Zantac, you should contact a lawyer immediately. You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries!
Zantac’s global settlement amount has not been announced yet.
However, it is expected that the manufacturers of Zantac will agree to a large settlement amount.
The amount of the settlement will likely depend on the number of plaintiffs who file lawsuits.
If you have been injured by Zantac, you should consider filing a lawsuit.
The manufacturers of Zantac may be willing to pay a large settlement amount in order to avoid going to trial.
Contact a lawyer today to learn more about your legal options.
If you or a loved one previously used Zantac or similar products & were subsequently diagnosed with cancer, you may qualify to join the Zantac lawsuit.
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