Injured by acetaminophen? We can help you get compensation!
Over the years, it has been proven that consumption of too much acetaminophen such as Tylenol® may overwork the liver and cause irreversible damage. Even so, consumers use Tylenol regularly to help them overcome everyday aches and pains or with a prescription from their doctor. Most people assume that they are safe taking Tylenol as long as they follow the directions and do not take more than what is recommended within 24 hours. Unfortunately, that is not always the case.
Numerous individuals have claimed that they have followed the directions when taking Tylenol only to become seriously ill and discover that they have liver damage. The liver may treat Tylenol as a foreign substance that must be removed from the body's system, which is why taking too much Tylenol can overwork the liver and cause damage. If you have a damaged liver because of acetaminophen, you could be eligible to join a mass tort against McNeil Consumer Healthcare, the makers of Tylenol products. A South Carolina personal injury attorney from George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers can help you with your case. We have associations and experience in all kinds of class actions and we will fight tirelessly along with associated counsel to get the results you need.
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George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers have helped many people with class action cases for dangerous drugs and defective products. Our ultimate desire is to get you all the help you need after suffering a personal injury because of a manufacturer's negligence. Contact us today to request a free consultation and get a free opinion on whether or not you have a case for a mass tort.