Gout drug Uloric has been linked to an increased risk of heart attacks and other cardiovascular problems, which can be fatal. Have you or a loved one suffered heart problems after seeing a Uloric TV commercial and taking the drug?
- Takeda Pharmaceuticals could potentially be held liable for problems caused by Uloric.
- You may have grounds for a lawsuit for heart attacks, strokes, and other issues caused by Uloric.
- Our attorneys are prepared to help your family find justice.
Families affected by heart problems related to the use of Uloric may be curious about their legal options, including a potential lawsuit against the manufacturer, Takeda Pharmaceuticals.
Families who have been affected by defective drugs deserve, answers, support, and justice. Our attorneys are proud to represent these families.
Uloric TV Commercial – Lawyers Representing Victims of Cardiovascular Conditions Caused by Gout Medication
Manufactured by Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, Uloric is a medication which is used to treat gout caused by high uric acid levels.
Uloric has recently been linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular problems, including heart attacks, strokes, and even death.
The gout medication was approved by the FDA in February of 2009. However, a decade later, the FDA issued a mandatory black box warning which warns users about the links between Uloric and serious (and sometimes fatal) cardiovascular problems.
Our attorneys believe that those who have suffered heart attacks and strokes after taking Uloric may have grounds for a lawsuit against Takeda Pharmaceutical Company.
If you or a loved one has suffered cardiovascular issues while prescribed to this medication, you can learn more about your family’s legal options, including a potential Uloric lawsuit, by contacting our attorneys for a free consultation.
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