You may have recently seen a Zantac lawsuit TV commercial alerting consumers to a possible link between the popular heartburn drug and several different forms of cancer. If you or someone you love has recently been diagnosed with cancer after taking Zantac or a generic form of ranitidine, you may be wondering about your legal options after seeing this commercial. Our defective drug lawyers are currently helping Zantac users with cancer explore their legal options against the manufacturers of this potentially dangerous drug.
These new Zantac lawsuit TV commercials are a response to recent news that there may be a link between the usage of Zantac (ranitidine) and the development of certain types of cancers. Our defective drug lawyers are currently helping people who have developed cancer after taking Zantac to determine whether the drug is to blame. We believe that many Zantac users may have grounds for a lawsuit against the pharmaceutical companies that have manufactured these drugs.
Some cancer patients have already filed lawsuits against the manufacturers of Zantac. In Florida, two people who have been diagnosed with breast cancer – one male and one female – have sued Zantac manufacturer Sanofi.
These patients both allege that the company has failed to adequately warn Zantac users that the drug contains possible carcinogen NDMA.
Our defective drug lawyers believe these are the first of what will be many Zantac cancer lawsuits filed against pharmaceutical companies.
You also may have heard a radio advertisement for Zantac cancer lawsuits. As more details emerge regarding the possible link between Zantac use and cancer, more lawyers are appealing to people who may have been diagnosed with cancer due to their use of the popular heartburn drug. We expect to see more and more outreach from attorneys in radio, television, and other forms of media.
In addition to radio and TV commercials for Zantac cancer lawsuits, some law firms have begun notifying consumers of the potential link between the usage of this popular heartburn drug and cancer via billboards.
If you’ve arrived at this page after seeing a Zantac cancer lawsuit billboard, you’re in the right place. Our team of defective drug lawyers is prepared to help you take legal action against negligent pharmaceutical companies who have put their customers at risk of developing cancer due to taking Zantac or generic versions of ranitidine.
Our law firm is reaching out to those who have been diagnosed with Zantac-related cancers via internet ads and Facebook ads. We think it’s important to get the word out to all Zantac users that they may be at risk of contracting cancer due to using Zantac and generic versions of ranitidine.
If you’re a current or former Zantac user who has already been diagnosed with cancer, we want to help you find justice against the negligent pharmaceutical companies that have put your life at risk due to their greed and carelessness.
You can learn more about your legal rights, including a possible Zantac cancer lawsuit, by contacting us today for a free consultation.
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