The Medical Costs of Cancer
Many people have recently taken the prescription drug Actos because it was marketed as a “safe alternative” to another insulin-regulation drug called Avandia. However, now Actos has been linked to many cases of bladder cancer, which can be a devastating and life-threatening condition. Paying for the costs of treating bladder cancer can be overwhelming, but you may be able to pursue financial compensation if you have developed bladder cancer after taking Actos.
If you or someone you love has taken Actos and now suffers from the costs and effects of bladder cancer, you may be able to take legal action against Takeda Pharmaceutical, the manufacturer of the drug. Contact the experienced Actos attorneys of Williams Kherkher by calling us at 800-641-9810 today to learn more about your legal rights.
Sources of Considerable Medical Expense
There are many obvious and also miscellaneous costs that are associated with bladder cancer, and they can add up extremely quickly. If you are unable to pay these costs, you are probably worried about how to treat your condition. Some of the costs of bladder cancer may include:
- Initial diagnosis
- CT scans
- Ongoing treatments
- Chemotherapy / radiation
- At-home equipment costs
- Prescription treatment costs
There are likely to be numerous other miscellaneous costs that you will be required to pay on an individual basis, so it is important that you have the ability to pay for these expenses. Fortunately, if you developed bladder cancer after taking Actos, you may be eligible for financial compensation.
If you or someone you know has taken Actos and now suffers from bladder cancer, it is likely in your best interest to consider a civil lawsuit. Contact the experienced Actos lawsuit counsel of Williams Kherker at 800-641-9810 today.