Tylenol Liver Failure

Tylenol Lawsuits become reality due to liver failure.
Years ago, companies all learned something from Tylenol—one of the largest names in the pharmaceutical business. There was an issue with tampering of their drug and they immediately went into high gear and initiated an effective and massive recall. They set the standard.

Now, over the past few years, we have seen several more recalls for Tylenol. Not all have been so promptly and effectively orchestrated as their previous example. The recalls have been due to a number of manufacturing and quality concerns including a strange odor and incorrect amounts of acetaminophen in the drug. Too much acetaminophen—the active ingredient in Tylenol—can lead to serious issues including liver damage and even liver failure.

Worse yet, that liver damage or failure can be improperly diagnosed initially. A victim of Tylenol induced liver failure or liver damage may believe they ate the wrong thing, have a bug, or the flu. In reality, their organ is failing. This can lead to costly medical bills, more medical complications, and even death.

As an experienced and successful Tylenol Lawsuit Attorney in St. Louis, Missouri, David Grebel wants to make sure people are aware of the potential dangers of such a common, over the counter drug. Furthermore, if you or a loved one has suffered due to an acetaminophen or Tylenol overdose leading to liver damage or liver failure, you may have a legal recourse.

Tylenol liver failure lawsuits can be difficult to prove, but with experience in dealing with all sorts of personal injury including wrongful death, defective medical devices, and drug side effects, David Grebel and his legal team are on your side. They do not get pushed around by big pharmaceutical companies and they aggressively pursue a favorable resolution for any Tylenol based lawsuit you may have.

If you or a loved one has suffered Tylenol liver failure or liver damage, our team can provide you with a free consultation. All you need to do is click here to contact us today.

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