Zantac Claims

Zantac Injury Lawyer

We Represent Those Harmed by Dangerous and Defective Drugs

Zantac has long been used by people who live with heartburn as an effective way to treat their condition. Although it has helped many people over the years, recent discoveries have shown that the use of Zantac may have harmed patients.

Using the drug has been associated with cancer, and many people are just now realizing the effects that the medication has had on their health.

To hold those who are responsible for Zantac-related illness and injury accountable for their negligence, patients across the country are pursuing personal injury lawsuits to recover compensation for their medical bills and other damages.

At Casey Law Offices, S.C., we represent people who have suffered from negative side effects caused by Zantac. Contact us today to discuss the details of your case.

Send us a message or call (414) 272-5564 to schedule a free consultation with our Zantac injury attorney.

About Zantac

Zantac is a heartburn treatment medication that was once one of the most popular drugs used to manage the condition. Ranitidine is the generic form or Zantac. The medication was once available in prescription and over-the-counter forms. Zantac has since been recalled and is no longer available at Walmart, Rite Aid, CVS, and other major retailers. The nationwide recall was prompted by the discovery of a potential relationship between Zantac use and cancer diagnoses.

Does Zantac Cause Cancer?

There is evidence that supports a link between the use of Zantac and the development of cancer. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) conducted tests on Zantac, as well as other ranitidine drugs, and discovered traces of cancer-causing chemicals in the medication. In particular, N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) was detected in Zantac. NDMA is known as a “probable” carcinogen.

What Should I Do if I Use Zantac?

As a Zantac user, you are likely feeling concerned about what you should do to prevent injury and continue treating your heartburn. While your concern is understandable, you should never stop using any medication without the guidance of your doctor. You should continue using the medication until you are able to consult with your doctor and develop a new treatment plan.

It may also be helpful to express your concerns about the recall with your doctor so they can evaluate the risks of using Zantac and other ranitidine drugs. It is important to keep in mind that every person is different, and that you should only make decisions about your health based on your own doctor’s advice.

If you are a current or former Zantac user and believe you developed cancer or suffered from other negative effects caused by the drug, contact Casey Law Offices, S.C. today. We will help you recover the compensation you deserve.

Zantac Injury Claim Damages

We can help you recover the damages you have suffered from because of Zantac-related injuries. In addition to medical bills, you may also be entitled to compensation for lost wages, other financial expenses, and non-economic damages such as pain and suffering.

By filing a claim against the drug manufacturers and other liable parties, you can potentially receive compensation for all of the damages that your injuries have caused. 

Contact Us Today

If you or a loved one are a regular Zantac user and have been diagnosed with cancer, contact us today to speak about your case. We are committed to helping you get the care you need.

Call (414) 272-5564 or complete our contact form to schedule a free consultation with our Zantac injury lawyer.


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