If you or a loved one were diagnosed with cancer after using Zantac, you may be entitled to compensation
Thousands of people have accused the makers of the antacid drug ZANTAC® of creating and marketing a medication they knew contained the cancer-causing chemical NDMA without disclosing the risks to consumers or the government and the number is growing daily.
In September 2019, the FDA first issued a public safety warning about a possible Zantac cancer risk after it became aware of results from an independent laboratory that found high levels of NDMA in ranitidine.
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After signing the contingency agreement, a legal advocate will start working on your claim. You might be requested to provide medical and historical documents. You will not have to spend a single dollar, even if the trial goes on for years.
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The private lab Valisure and Stanford University studies have found very high levels of NDMA in one tablet of Ranitidine.
Currently there are more than 140 cases with thousands of people filing suits against Zantac, however most legal experts believe that this is only the beginning and expect a huge number of Zantac lawsuits getting filed over the next few years.
It seems that many of the Zantac lawsuits are in the process of being consolidated into class actions and MDLs (multidistrict litigations). This makes it easier for courts to hear cases with a large number of plaintiffs.
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If an individual has been diagnosed with cancer and took at least 300 mg of Zantac per week for 6 months or more they may be entitled to compensation. There are more qualifying criteria that will be discussed confidentially with a team member after the online prequalification evaluation.
Select Justice empowers people who were medically harmed from Zantac usage to seek justice through informative advice and support. In addition, Select Justice helps people through the process of joining lawsuits to pursue compensation related to their medical claims and suffering.
Select Justice is a group of investigators and technology professionals who are committed to bringing justice and help to people who are suffering from serious injuries. For over 12 years, we have built a network of legal partners and advisors that are devoted to helping individuals unite and fight against dishonest corporations by holding wrongdoers accountable for their unethical behavior
A contingency fee agreement is a legal fee agreement where a client only pays an attorney if the attorney is successful in recovering compensation on the client’s behalf. Under a contingency fee agreement, an attorney works on a case for a fixed percentage of any recovery paid to the client. The contingency fee percentage can vary from state to state and by the complexity of the legal matter but is typically 33% to 40% of the compensation received by the client. Under a contingency fee agreement, the client does not pay an attorney any up-front or on-going legal fees, and the client is not responsible for any legal fees if the attorney does not obtain compensation for the client.
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