Is My Zantac Lawsuit Part of a Class Action?

It depends on your claims for damages. For example, if you took Zantac and were diagnosed with some form of cancer (or if a family member took Zantac and was diagnosed with cancer), you may be eligible to file a personal injury lawsuit against the manufacturers of Zantac and/or over-the-counter Zantac (OTC). An individual personal [...]

What are the side effects of Zantac?

The link between Zantac and cancer goes back decades. Our firm represents people from across the country with the following Zantac side effects: Bladder cancer Brain cancer Breast cancer Esophageal/nasal/throat cancer Intestinal cancer Kidney cancer Liver cancer Lung cancer (for non-smokers) Ovarian cancer Pancreatic cancer Prostate cancer Stomach cancer Testicular cancer Thyroid cancer Uterine cancer [...]

What is Zantac?

Chemically known as ranitidine hydrochloride, Zantac (ranitidine) belongs to a class of drugs called histamine H2-receptor antagonists (or H2 blockers), which decrease the amount of acid produced by the stomach. Zantac is a very popular antacid medication that has been on the market since the early 1980s. Zantac is available over the counter (Zantac OTC) and [...]

How much will this cost?

There is no cost involved to complete the pre-qualification and eligibility processes. Moreover, there are no fees involved with signing with my firm. My firm and your legal team will only be compensated when a successful judgment or settlement is handed down in favor of you.

Did talc powder/ ‘baby powder” cause my cancer?

The answer is that it may have. There are several factors that evidence whether or not your use of talc powder caused or contributed to your development of cancer. For example, how long have you used talc powder, how often you used talc powder, where you used talc powder prior to the onset of your [...]

Does talcum powder have asbestos in it?

Not all talcum powder contains asbestos, but some of the talc sourced for talcum powder is naturally contaminated with asbestos. Certain brands of talcum powder have tested positive for asbestos in the past. Some of these brands include Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder, Cashmere Bouquet Body Talc and Old Spice After Shave Talc.