If you have liver damage or liver failure as a result of taking the drugs Rezulin, Serzone, Arava, or Trovan you may have a right of recovery against those drug manufacturers, which can help defray the costs of treatment and provide compensation for your pain and suffering.

Are you eligible for compensation?

If you are a victim of drug failure due to drug use, your eligibility will depend on several factors:

a) Statute of Limitations

b) Identify Your Exposure

c) Responsible Parties

a) Statute of Limitations

Your first concern is to file within the statutory deadlines. If you have been diagnosed with liver damage, you must file within a few years.

If you are the executor of the estate of a person who has died from liver failure or damage, you may be eligible to file a claim but the claim must be within a short time of the death.

Because of the statute of limitation issues, you should contact our specialists as soon as possible regarding your eligibility.

b) Identify Your Exposure

If you have liver complications, that alone is not grounds for damages. In order to establish a claim (against manufacturers, distributors, and/or contractors) it must be established that you had been exposed to the specific liver damaging drug product. If you do not remember the name of the manufacturer of the particular drug product, our experts may be able to find out for you.

c) Responsible Parties

If you have liver damage as a result of drug use, our researchers will find the responsible parties who are capable of paying. For you to file a claim, our attorneys must be able to locate a drug company that is ultimately responsible and still in business in some form or another.

What will your compensation be for the damages?

As mentioned above, we will help you locate information about responsible parties for your liver damage. Your compensation will be determined by factors such as lost income, the laws in your state, and the parties responsible. Compensation for liver damage can vary from several thousand to several million. Getting the highest possible compensation for your damages requires tough and experienced attorneys. Our mission is to match your case with those capable attorneys.

Are you within the statute of limitations? What company will be liable for your Illness? What kind of compensation is available? How will you get experienced and reputable representation?

To decide about your legal options, you should consult an attorney who specializes in liver damage cases. The first step to locating an attorney is submitting your information here

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