Do You Qualify for the Elmiron Eye Damage Lawsuit?
Various Lawsuits are currently being filed on behalf of Elmiron patients who experienced permanent injuries to their retinas after taking the drug and are seeking to recover money for physical and mental suffering, medical bills, and more.
The lawsuits are based on allegations that the interstitial cystitis drug is defective and, incredibly harmful to humans. Similarly, it does not follow proper labeling protocol, either, and serves no warning to both patients (and doctors) of possible risks.
Patients who were taking Elmiron for interstitial cystitis and were diagnosed with an eye issue or maculopathy, a disorder that can eventually lead to blindness, may have a claim in this case as Elmiron manufacturers were accused of not informing patients that taking their drug can result in very serious eye issues.
If you are an individual who has had to use Elmiron and have developed eye problems after using the drug, you may be owed compensation. Contact us today to see if you are eligible.
What’s the Next Step?
You will need to look for an attorney that can handle your case. You’d need to divulge how long you’ve been using Elmiron, your medical history, and other details that an attorney would need to draft a complaint which would include details such as when you started taking the drug, and what led to your diagnosis.
Below are some of the claims that may be included in a case:
- The drug was defective
- It presents a higher risk in incurring eye problems
- The drug does not have enough warnings of its side effects, which includes pigmentary maculopathy
- Even knowing its side effects, the manufacturer did not inform neither the patients nor the medical community.
Editor’s note on the Elmiron Eye Damage Lawsuit:
If you are diagnosed with an eye problem after taking the aforementioned drug for a period of time, please don’t hesitate to contact us for help:
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to shoot us an email to Outreach@ConsiderTheConsumer.com, find us on Twitter or Facebook, or even connect with us directly on our website! We look forward to hearing from you all.
Similarly, please check out our current list of Class Actions and Class Action Investigations, here.
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