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Open Class Action Lawsuits

Find out if you are eligible to claim a class action settlement. This is a list of settlements that may still be open for submitting your claim.

  • Abilify Lawsuits

    Abilify, which is the brand name for the drug aripiprazole sold by Bristol-Myers Squibb, is currently the top-selling antipsychotic medication in the United States. Abilify is used to treat schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depressive disorder. Users have recently filed injury lawsuits against Bristol-Myers Squibb arguing they have failed to notify Abilify users that taking this medication may lead to compulsive gambling. read more

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  • NuvaRing Lawsuits

    NuvaRing lawsuits have been filed by users of the product against Merck & Co. alleging Merck did not adequately warn users about the risk of using the NuvaRing. Serious side-effects of the NuvaRing can include stroke, heart attack, blood clots, vision problems, and high blood pressure. read more
  • Accutane lawsuit

    Accutane, which was the brand name for the drug Isotretinoin sold by Roche, was at one time the leading prescription medication for severe acne. It has since been discontinued by Roche due to its severe side-effects such as depression, suicidal thoughts, and Crohn’s disease. Isotretinoin is still sold under other brand names such as Claravis, Sotret, and Amnesteem. read more

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  • Xarelto Lawsuit

    Xarelto (rivaroxaban) is a prescription medication used for the prevention of blood clots by patients who have had knee or hip surgery or who have atrial fibrillation. The first lawsuit for damages and injuries allegedly caused by Xarelto were filed in 2013 against Bayer after a Kentucky woman was hospitalized after taking Xarelto and suffering severe gastrointestinal bleeding. read more

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  • Zofran lawsuits

    Zofran (ondansetron) is a medication approved by the FDA to prevent nausea and vomiting in patients who have received chemotherapy cancer treatment, radiation therapy, or surgery. Lawsuits are pending against drug maker GlaxoSmithKline who is accused of marketing ondansetron to mothers as a safe and effective solution for morning sickness, despite potential risks to the unborn. read more

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  • Testosterone Replacement Therapy lawsuits

    Low testosterone can produce a variety of difficulties for men including low motivation, low energy, and limited sex drive. Testosterone replacement products are often prescribed to men who have low testosterone levels. Unfortunately, the risk associated with testosterone replacement products is not fully understood. In fact, there is growing concern that some of these products may have negative side-effects such as cardiac arrest and stroke. read more
  • Cymbalta lawsuit

    Claimants have filed numerous lawsuits against Cymbalta maker, Eli Lilly and Company. Claimants claim that Cymbalta (duloxetine), a popular antidepressant medication, can not only cause an increased risk of suicidal behavior and birth defects, it can also cause severe withdrawal symptoms with the sudden discontinuation of the medication. read more
  • Depakote lawsuit

    Depakote is a prescription medication prescribed to thousands of patients for the medical treatment of bipolar mania, migraine headaches, and epilepsy. Unfortunately, Depakote has been linked to an increased risk of birth defects for babies exposed to Depakote in the womb. Common birth defects may include deformed limbs, skulls, cleft palate, and spina bifida. read more
  • Clomid lawsuit

    Clomiphene citrate, sold under the brand names Clomid and Serophene, is a non-steroidal fertility medicine used by women to stimulate the release of certain hormones needed for ovulation. Clomid can also be used to help regulate ovulation or stimulate the development of multiple eggs. Unfortunately, recent studies conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also suggest the use of Clomid by women may increase the risks of birth defects in the unborn. read more
  • Paxil lawsuit

    Introduced into the United States prescription market in 1992, Paxil is commonly used to treat major depression, panic disorder, social anxiety, post-traumatic stress syndrome, and generalized anxiety. Unfortunately, Paxil has been linked to an increased risk of suicide in young users and birth defects in the unborn. read more
  • Asbestos lawsuits

    The risk of asbestos exposure has been well-known for decades. The first lawsuit, Borel v. Fibreboard Paper, was decided for the plaintiff in 1973. Experts suggest asbestos related lawsuits could eventurally reach one million filings against more than 10,000 companies. read more
  • Mirena lawsuits

    Claimants have filed numerous lawsuits against Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals for the manufacturing and selling of the Mirena intrauterine device (IUD). Although Mirena and other IUD birth control devices have become increasingly popular in the United States, users allege it can have dangerous side-effects, including device expulsion, device dislocation, and vaginal hemorrhage. read more
  • Granuflo Lawsuit

    Granuflo is a dry acid product containing sodium diacetatein which is used as an additive in conjunction with the hemodialysis machine and dialyzer for patients who have renal failure. In June 2012, the FDA issued a Class I Recall notice for Fresenius Medical Care North America Naturalyte Liquid Acid Concentrate and Naturalyte GranuFlo (powder) Acid Concentrate. read more