GBM Law is still accepting cases for individuals who have taken Zantac and have been diagnosed with cancer, including but not limited to esophageal, kidney, pancreatic, lung, prostate, stomach, liver, colon, ovarian, and bladder cancer. The major concern with the drugs is the potential carcinogen N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), which forms in the body at high levels after taking ranitidine. Although scientists do not know the exact odds of getting cancer after taking the popular heartburn medicine, it is impossible to rule out the drug’s cancer causing potential.
Although Zantac has been removed from the market for over a year, people are still being diagnosed with cancer. Many of the individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer after taking ranitidine did not have a family history of cancer, or any genetic predisposition. Because the link between Zantac and cancer is new, oncologists may have simply linked a cancer to an environmental cause. If you took Zantac and were diagnosed with cancer, do not self-reject a potential claim without speaking to a lawyer.
Your time to file a Zantac claim is extremely limited. GBM Law is able to accept cases through August 31, 2021. Because it takes time to gather documentation and file a claim, anyone who believes they might have a case should not delay and should contact us as soon as possible. You may be entitled to substantial compensation for your medical care expenses, lost earnings, and pain and suffering, or the wrongful death of a family member due to cancer. Our lawyers can help you pursue the maximum compensation you deserve.
For more information and answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Zantac claims, visit our Ohio Zantac Lawyer resource page. If you’d like to speak with a lawyer about your potential Zantac case, call us at 614-810-8806. Your consultation is free and if we represent you, there are no fees unless we recover money for you.