When to Take Action
If you have Type 2 diabetes, you have probably heard of Actos. Actos is a prescription drug that was marketed as a safe alternative to Avandia, another prescription drug meant to regulate insulin production in patients with Type 2 diabetes. Avandia was associated with an increased risk for heart trauma and stroke, and recently, Actos has been linked to serious conditions like bladder cancer. If you took Actos and were unaware of its potentially harmful side effects and have since been diagnosed with bladder cancer, you could be eligible for financial compensation.
Takeda Pharmaceutical, the manufacturer of Actos, failed to inform the public about the possible side effects of Actos, and the company could be held financially responsible for injuries linked to their product. If you or someone you know took Actos to treat Type 2 diabetes and now suffers from bladder cancer or other serious complications, contact the experienced Actos lawsuit attorneys of Williams Kherkher today by calling 800-641-9810.
Is a Lawsuit Right for You?
Many people do not know that they could be able to take legal action against Takeda Pharmaceutical, but it is important to know your rights as a victim of Actos. Consider taking legal action if you:
- Took Actos to treat Type 2 diabetes
- Suffered from associated internal organ failure
- Developed associated bladder cancer
If the above apply to you, taking legal action could be in your best interest and could help you secure the compensation you need to pay for your related losses.
If you or someone you know has developed bladder cancer after taking Actos, contact the experienced Actos lawyers of Williams Kherkher today at 800-641-9810.