Nadrich & Cohen LLP is a prominent national law firm dedicated to protecting the rights of injury victims. We have represented thousands of clients in filing personal injury claims involving defective medical devices, harmful prescription drugs and faulty products. We are committed to assisting Actos users and their families get the full amount of compensation they’re entitled for their pain and suffering, lost wages and medical bills. If you’re looking for a qualified personal injury lawyer to handle your Actos bladder cancer claim, here are just a few reasons why you should consider putting the attorneys at Nadrich & Cohen to work on your behalf.

WE HAVE RECOVERED HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS ON BEHALF OF PRESCRIPTION DRUG VICTIMS.

Nadrich & Cohen and its partners have already recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of prescription drug recall victims including Vioxx, Celebrex, Zyprexa, Baycol, Bextra, Rezulin, Trasylol and many other drugs. We have been involved from beginning to end in prescription drug lawsuits against prescription drug manufacturers.

WE ARE CONTINGENCY LAWYERS.

By having our strength to level the playing field against the drug manufacturer you are getting one of the best national law firms in the country. You will not have to pay a penny until we obtain a recovery against the manufacturer. In other words, having our national teams represent you will never cost you a cent. We have the most experienced successful team of doctors, experts, paralegals, and nurses standing by ready to help you.

WE DO NOT FILE CLAIMS AGAINST YOUR DOCTOR.

Your doctor is our ally. We only file claims against the manufacturer of Actos-Takeda Pharmaceuticals.

If you’d like to learn more about what we do or if you’re ready to complete your free initial case evaluation, call 1-800-722-0765 today. You can also visit our online Actos Bladder Cancer Resource Center to complete a confidential online case evaluation and read the latest news and updates on the pending Actos litigation.

 

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