3 Important Reasons to Consider an Actos Bladder Cancer Lawsuit

Mark K. Gray
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Louisville attorney serving the seriously injured in Kentucky

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10/18/2013
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You’ve already been hurt. Actos, the drug that managed your Type 2 Diabetes, has left you with another serious illness. Now, instead of just fighting your diabetes you must also fight bladder cancer.

 

Why a Legal Recovery is Important

 

As you and your doctors work hard to fight the cancer in your body, it is also important to consider your legal fight. Your legal fight may help you:

 

  1. Protect your own recovery. If you are successful in your Actos bladder cancer lawsuit then you may be able to recover compensation for your past and future medical expenses, lost income, out of pocket costs, pain, suffering, and other damages. You may be able to help protect your family financially from the harm that has been done to you.
  2. Hold Takeda Pharmaceuticals accountable. Takeda Pharmaceuticals may have failed to warn you of the danger and may be liable for your injuries.
  3. Encourage better testing and warnings from other pharmaceutical companies. Other drug manufacturers may want to avoid the expense and bad press of dangerous drug lawsuits. They may be encouraged to provide better premarket testing for their medications and to provide better warnings to doctors and patients.

 

Of course, you may have other reasons for wanting to file an Actos bladder cancer lawsuit and your personal goals may also be achieved.

 

Call a Kentucky Actos Lawyer Today for More Information

 

For more information about your rights and possible recovery, please schedule an initial consultation with an experienced Kentucky Actos attorney by calling 800.634.8767 or 502.210.8942 today.



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