For an Elmiron lawsuit to be filed, the current requirements are:
Elmiron settlements patients must have been on the prescribed medication for at most two years.
Side effects and vision changes must be noticed within one year of stopping Elmiron.
This criteria is based on medical studies that link the drug to eye diseases, such as interstitial cystitis or maculopathy. There may be exceptions to the criteria for Elmiron lawsuits. You may also be eligible to file eye damage claims.
HOW DO I FILE A ELMIRON LAWSUIT
You can file an Elmiron settlements if you have been affected by maculopathy due to Elmiron. Contact an Elmiron lawyer to begin your case against Janssen Pharmaceuticals.
We will obtain all your medical records when you hire our company, including those of your primary care doctor or eye specialists. To prove you have taken Elmiron, we will also request your pharmacy records. To prove that the medication caused your vision damage, we will also need to see your pharmacy records.
HOW MUCH DO ELMIRON SETTLEMENTS CHARGE?
There are still no settlements in the litigation against the pharmaceutical company. Most drug manufacturer lawsuits can take many years before any payout amounts are determined.
Once the litigation process reaches that point, there is a claim submission process. Each Elmiron lawsuit claimant submits a claim outlining their injuries and side effects. They are also supported by medical records. Higher settlements will be awarded to claimants who have suffered more severe injuries.
Patients and their families can be affected by vision loss or reduction. These eye damage lawsuits will result in large settlement payments.
CONTACT A ELMIRON LAWSUIT LAWYER
Buckfire Law Firm is available to assist you if you have ever used Elmiron or someone close to you has experienced side effects such as vision loss and macula-related symptoms.
Prescribed medication lawsuits can be filed within a certain time limit. It is best to file your Elmiron lawsuit as soon as possible.