If you have taken Actos and been diagnosed with bladder cancer or heart problems, you may be entitled to significant compensation. Recent studies have shown that the widely used diabetes drug Actos has been linked to potentially fatal side effects. If you or a loved one has suffered and you need legal assistance, please call the number listed above, or complete the form to the right to receive a free legal evaluation.
An Indiana man is among dozens of plaintiffs to have filed suit against the manufacturers of Actos, the type II diabetes medication that has recently been linked to bladder cancer. The plaintiff, Dale Leiter, filed his lawsuit on May 4, 2012, in the consolidated litigation case taking place in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois. He has named both… Read more »
The diabetes II medication Actos, manufactured by Takeda Pharmaceuticals, has been on the market since July, 1999 when it was approved to help people with managing the condition. However, due to studies that indicated a link between the drug and Actos side effects like bladder cancer, it was removed from French and German shelves in June, 2011. Although its sale… Read more »
In a new Actos bladder cancer lawsuit, Fred Marinello of California asserts that the manufacturer of the medication, Takeda, failed to provide adequate warning to physicians and the general public of the potential links between bladder cancer and the diabetes II medication Actos when it is used for over twelve months. Actos was initially approved by the FDA in 1999… Read more »
A new Actos lawsuit was filed by a plaintiff from North Carolina on March 18, 2013, claiming that the diabetes II medication resulted in him being diagnosed with bladder cancer. Named as defendants are Takeda Pharmaceuticals and Eli Lilly among others and they are accused of the distribution, marketing and deigning of a defective medication that led to the plaintiff’s… Read more »
Henry C. Davis and his wife, Elise Davis, filed an Actos lawsuit in the United States’ District Court for the Eastern District in Louisiana on the 24th of May, 2012. The plaintiffs are seeking compensation after Henry Davis developed bladder cancer after taking the type II diabetes drug Actos for almost a decade. The lawsuit was moved to federal court… Read more »