Tennessee Elmiron Lawsuit Lawyer
At Fox Farley Willis & Burnette, our Tennessee dangerous drug attorneys are skilled and experienced advocates for victims. We know how to hold the large drug manufacturers and their insurance providers accountable. If you or your family member suffered complications after being prescribed Elmiron, our team is here to offer guidance and support. To set up a free, strictly confidential initial consultation with an experienced Tennessee Elmiron lawsuit lawyer, please contact us today.
Elmiron Lawsuits: What You Should Know
Elmiron (pentosan polysulfate sodium) is a frequently prescribed blood thinning medication that is used to treat the pain and discomfort caused by chronic bladder condition. Unfortunately, there is strong evidence that Elmiron may pose significant health risks to patients. Questions are being raised about what and when the major drug manufacturers knew. In 2019, the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) released a study linking Elmiron to severe vision problems. Several lawsuits have been filed against the manufacturers of Elmiron. Among other things, lawsuits filed against major drug manufacturers contend that Elmiron has been linked to:
- Retinal damage;
- Vision loss; and
Hundreds of thousands of Americans who have been prescribed Elmiron may be at risk of developing maculopathy, a severe progressive and degenerative disease that threatens vision. If you or your loved one suffered vision damage or blindness after taking the prescription drug Elmiron, you may be entitled to financial compensation through a defective drug lawsuit. A Tennessee attorney can explain your options.
How the Tennessee Attorneys at Fox Farley Willis & Burnette Can Help With Your Elmiron Claim
Dangerous prescription drug claims are among the most complex types of legal cases. With deep experience going up against large pharmaceutical companies, the team at Fox Farley Willis & Burnette is currently reviewing Elmiron injuries and medical complications. When you call our office, you will have an opportunity to speak directly to a Tennessee lawsuit attorney who can:
- Conduct a free, comprehensive evaluation of your case;
- Answer any questions you have about your rights under the law;
- Investigate your Elmiron injury—gathering medical records and other evidence; and
- Take immediate legal action to get you justice and compensation.
We will put time, resources, and dedication into each and every case that we take on. You deserve personalized guidance from a reliable lawyer. As we handle all dangerous and defective medication claims on contingency, you do not need to worry about out-of-pocket costs when you hire our Tennessee Elmiron attorneys. We only get paid when you get paid.
Call Our Tennessee Dangerous Drug Lawyers for Immediate Assistance
At Fox Farley Willis & Burnette, our Tennessee defective medication attorneys are aggressive, justice-focused advocates for victims and their families. If you or your loved one suffered blindness or eyesight damage after taking Elmiron, we are here to help. Contact our firm now for a free, completely confidential assessment for your case. From our offices in Clinton, Knoxville, Nashville, Sevierville, Maryville, and LaFollette, we are well-positioned to handle dangerous and defective drug claims throughout all of Tennessee.