Noble McIntyre on May 1, 2015
If you’re a patient who has taken Actos (pioglitazone) for treatment of Type 2 diabetes, you might have found that the drug did more harm than good. It is intended to increase your body’s sensitivity to insulin in order to control blood glucose levels. However, studies show that there is a strong link between Actos and bladder cancer, as well as congestive heart failure and other conditions and side-effects.
If you’ve taken Actos and have been diagnosed with bladder cancer, this is your time to act. The manufacturer of Actos announced this week that it has settled in the amount of $2.5 billion to resolve patients’ and their families’ lawsuits. It is believed that this is the largest settlement ever made for a drug that is still on the market.
McIntyre Law can only accept new clients for the Actos lawsuit until 12:00am (midnight) on May 2, 2015 — that’s tonight!! You could be eligible for settlement if you first used Actos before December 1, 2011 and have since been diagnosed with bladder cancer. You must already have a lawsuit pending or notify McIntyre Law by TONIGHT if you would like to be included in the settlement.
There are currently about 9,000 bladder cancer cases pending. This settlement will resolve most of these suits. Payments to individual plaintiffs depend on several factors, which include how much of the drug you took, the extent of injury and whether you have a history as a smoker.
Visit our website for more information about Actos and bladder cancer. To join the Actos lawsuit, call us TODAY at 1 (877) 917-5250. We are waiting for your call, so don’t delay. The clock will run out on joining the Actos and bladder cancer lawsuit TONIGHT, so run – don’t walk – to the nearest phone and call us NOW!