5 Things You Need to Pursue an Actos Lawsuit in Kentucky

Matthew L. White
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Founder & Partner of Louisville Personal Injury Law Firm Gray & White Law

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8/9/2011
Matthew L. White
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You may plan on filing an Actos lawsuit in Kentucky as a result of injuries. To understand what your rights are and how you can best protect them, you should first speak with a Louisville dangerous drug lawyer.

The popular diabetes medication, Actos, has been found to lead to serious, potentially fatal injuries. Some of the injuries that can occur are damage to the liver, heart attack, heart failure and bladder cancer.

A lawyer can help with you every aspect of your case, from the initial filing of your claim until the point a settlement is reached. However, you will need to provide some information first.

5 Things to Provide for Your Lawyer to Pursue Actos Lawsuit in Kentucky
 

  • medical records;
  • medical history;
  • documentation on injuries suffered;
  • receipts; and
  • prescriptions.  

Any other documentation you may have that could help your case should also be given to your lawyer. The more medical evidence you have, the better prepared you will be for your case.

Filing an Actos lawsuit in Kentucky will require someone who is experienced in the area of law concerning dangerous drugs. Consulting with a Louisville dangerous drug lawyer is the next step you should take if you have been injured as a result of taking prescription medication. 

Contacting a Louisville Dangerous Drug Lawyer

A Louisville dangerous drug lawyer at Gray and White Law can help you handle every aspect of your Actos claim. If you've been injured in Kentucky, contact us today for a free evaluation of your case - 1-888-450-4456 or 1-502-210- 8942.



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