Actos is a drug frequently prescribed to help treat Type 2 diabetes. And while it was originally thought to be a safer alternative to Avandia (another popular diabetes drug), it has recently been linked to the development of bladder cancer.
Bladder cancer is a life-threatening condition that may require serious medical treatment and permanent lifestyle changes. And if you developed bladder cancer after taking Actos, you should not be responsible for the costs associated with this condition. At Chenkin Law Firm, we understand the difficulties of dealing with a severe health condition while pursuing legal action, and we will fight by your side to help you secure the compensation you deserve.
To help in any way that we can, we have also put together some information about your situation that you may find useful:
If you or a love one used Actos in the past and are now dealing with the physical, emotional and psychological damage caused by bladder cancer, it’s time to hold the pharmaceutical company responsible.
Contact our offices at (800) 721-7472 to schedule a free consultation with an experienced and compassionate attorney.