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Court Rejects Actos Petition to Challenge Jury Verdict

OCTOBER 2015: CA high court rejects Takeda Pharmaceuticals petition to challenge $6.5 million jury verdict. If you or a loved one have also been harmed by Actos, you should join the thousands seeking justice.

Our attorneys have years of experience helping those who have been hurt by prescription drugs. We are committed to standing up for the rights of people who are battling bladder cancer after taking Actos. Our attorneys are representing the families affected, including those who have lost someone to this terrible disease.

Companies must be held accountable for the products they sell. That is why Takeda, the maker of Actos, is facing thousands of lawsuits from people who were harmed by the drug. The people who brought these lawsuits are demanding compensation for the suffering they endured. They did nothing wrong.

In April of 2015, Actos manufacturer Takeda Pharmaceuticals agreed to a $2.4 billion settlement to resolve nearly 4,000 lawsuits from people claiming they were diagnosed with bladder cancer linked to Actos.

If you’ve also been harmed, you should act now.

What We Do

Companies like Takeda pay attorneys to argue that you don’t deserve to be compensated for what has happened. You need someone on your side. 

That is why we are here. If one of our experienced attorneys files a claim on your behalf, we may be able to get you compensation for:

  • Ambulance rides, hospital stays, medical procedures
  • Follow-up care
  • Lost wages
  • Pain and suffering

Additional compensation may be available if you have lost a loved one.

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If you or a loved one has suffered bladder cancer after taking Actos, contact Ferrer, Poirot & Wansbrough today at 1-877-713-1124 to learn what our firm can do to help you seek justice.

Don’t delay. There is no cost and no obligation on your part to speak with an attorney about your options.