Zantac Cancer Lawsuit Claims In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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- Attention Pennsylvania Zantac users!
- Have you been diagnosed with cancer after taking Zantac?
- Experiencing other health problems due to Zantac use?
Our Zantac cancer lawsuit lawyers at Tracey Fox & Walters are currently evaluating potential legal cases on behalf of people in Philadelphia and throughout Pennsylvania. Recent scientific studies have found that Zantac use may be the cause of cancer in certain patients.
In response, people experiencing serious health problems due to Zantac are filing lawsuits and taking other legal action nationwide against Sanofi, the French-based multinational pharmaceutical company that manufactures Zantac. If you live in Philadelphia or elsewhere in Pennsylvania, contact us and schedule a free case evaluation. Our award-winning law firm proudly represents clients in Pennsylvania and nationwide.
Tracey Fox & Walters has a well-earned, national reputation for getting big results for personal injury victims and their families, including multi-million- dollar settlements and verdicts in dangerous drug and defective medical devices. Don’t wait to take legal action. A delay could affect the outcome of your case.
What you need to know about the FDA safety warning about Zantac (ranitidine)
The federal government has taken decisive action in recent months to protect the public against the potential dangers posed by medications which contain ranitidine, an active ingredient in the drug Zantac.
On April 1, 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning to the public about all ranitidine-based drugs. Specifically, the FDA asked all pharmaceutical companies to stop selling drugs which contain ranitidine due to health concerns about these drugs.
In particular, recent scientific studies have found that certain ranitidine-based drugs contained elevated levels of certain carcinogenic substances. A carcinogenic substance is something which causes cancer.
N-nitrosodimethylamine in Zantac (ranitidine) is a dangerous substance
Scientific studies cited by the FDA in its April 2020 advisory concerned increased levels of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) in certain Zantac users. N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) is an industrial chemical known to cause cancer.
The April 2020 FDA warning is the second warning issued by the FDA within the past year. In September 2019, the FDA issued a public health advisory in response to the scientific studies linking Zantac use to increased NDMA levels.
Walmart, Walgreens and CVS stop selling Zantac
Many nationwide stores took immediate action after the FDA issued its first warning in September 2019. That same month, CVS, Walgreens and Walmart immediately stopped selling Zantac and other medications which contain ranitidine.
In October 2019, Sanofi announced it was voluntarily recalling Zantac in the United States and Canada. The multinational drug company said it was taking these actions “due to inconsistencies in preliminary test results,” according to its announcement on Oct. 18, 2019.
If you or a loved one has experienced any dangerous side effects due to Zantac, contact our law firm right away. We are working closely to identify people in Philadelphia and throughout Pennsylvania who have been harmed by Zantac. Our law firm can file a Zantac lawsuit on your behalf or take other legal action if necessary.
What types of cancer have been linked to Zantac (ranitidine)?
Recent scientific studies are actively exploring possible links between Zantac use and particular forms of cancer. Talk to your doctor and make sure you’re properly diagnosed by trained medical professionals. You could have one of the following forms of cancer:
- Stomach cancer
- Bladder cancer
- Liver cancer
- Nasal cancer
- Kidney (renal) cancer
- Throat cancer
The health risks associated with Zantac use are still being actively investigated. Don’t take chances with your health. Seek immediate medical care. Then talk to us. You or your family may be able to file a Zantac cancer lawsuit or take other legal action.
How much is my Zantac cancer lawsuit worth in Pennsylvania?
As with other legal cases involving dangerous drugs in Pennsylvania, there is no set dollar amount when it comes to lawsuits involving Zantac. Each legal claim is unique. Your lawsuit could be worth thousands or millions of dollars.
As your Zantac cancer attorney, we can evaluate your case and carefully calculate exactly how much your claim could potentially be worth. When we make such estimates, we factor in all past, current and future expenses related to your case. This may include:
- Emergency medical bills
- Surgical procedures
- In-home medical care
- Long-term medical care
- Physical therapy
- Lost income if you cannot work during your medical treatment
- Lost future income if you cannot return to work
- Pain and suffering, in certain circumstances
You have enough to worry about if you have been diagnosed with cancer or another serious health problem caused by Zantac. You should be focused on getting the best possible medical care. We can take care of everything else, including fighting for the compensation you rightfully deserve.
Contact Tracey Fox & Walters for your Zantac cancer lawsuit claim
Taking on a large pharmaceutical company like Sanofi in a legal battle can be very challenging. Most multinational companies often hire entire teams of attorneys to handle these legal cases. Their goal is often the same – to deny or reduce legitimate legal claims.
Many law firms avoid tough cases, but we thrive on them. That’s because we believe corporations should be held accountable for their actions. If you or a loved one was harmed by Zantac, you should not have to pay a dime for your medical bills or other injury-related expenses. We know how to negotiate with large companies. If they refuse to cooperate, we will not hesitate to file a Zantac cancer lawsuit on your behalf.
Get tough if you’ve been diagnosed with cancer after taking Zantac. Get Tracey Fox & Walters. We are actively reviewing legal cases on behalf of people in Philadelphia and throughout Pennsylvania. Contact us and schedule your free case evaluation right now. We fight to win.