Zantac Lawsuit Attorney California
Pharmaceutical Injury Attorney California
Potter Handy, LLP is investigating Zantac-related cancer and potential harm that may have come from taking Zantac or Generic Zantac Ranitidine.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), along with European health agencies have warned that popular heartburn medication Zantac, may be contaminated with N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA).
NDMA is an industrial chemical used in gasoline, rocket fuel, and other petroleum-based industrial products and is a known human carcinogen. NDMA levels in Zantac maybe 3,000 to 26,000 times higher than legally allowed levels set by the FDA.
NDMA not only causes cancer but at very high levels it can actually function as a poison. There are several reported cases in which acute, high-dose ingestion of NDMA has caused liver damage, internal bleeding, and death. Animal testing found that ingestion of moderate to high levels of NDMA in water or food can damage the liver after just a few weeks.
Potential carcinogenic effects of NDMA exposure include:
People or loved ones of those who developed or were diagnosed with cancer after taking Zantac or Generic Zantac Ranitidine may be eligible for compensation and should seek advice from legal experts.
If you or a loved one developed cancer after taking Zantac or Generic Zantac Ranitidine, please contact our California Zantac Cancer Lawsuit Attorneys today for a free consultation. You may be entitled to significant monetary compensation. There is never a fee unless we recover for you.
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If you or a loved one took Zantac or Generic Zantac Ranitidine and was diagnosed with cancer, contact our California Zantac Cancer Lawsuit Attorney immediately and find out if you have a case.
Filing a claim against the manufacturers of Zantac and generic ranitidine could help you recover compensation for:
- Pain and suffering
- Medical bills
- Past lost wages
- Future lost wages
- Permanent or temporary disability
- Punitive damages
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- & More
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