VanDerGinst Law P.C. is currently opening cases for persons who have received a cancer diagnosis after prolonged use of the medication Zantac, or its generic form, ranitidine.
Zantac may be linked to many forms of cancer after prolonged usage.
We are opening cases to help those affected seek damages related to the pain, suffering, and medical costs associated with cancer treatment.
VanDerGinst Law is evaluating cases and will file your mass tort lawsuit if you meet the qualifications.
Qualifying for the Mass Tort
Ultimately, everyone who believes they may have a case should fill out our pre-qualification form.
This form will help us quickly determine if we will be able to assist you further.
For a general outline of the qualifications we are looking for when opening cases against Zantac, here are the guidelines.
- At least 1 year of use prior to cancer diagnosis
- Minimum of 300 mg/week during 1-year period of use; and
- No more than 10 years since last use prior to cancer diagnosis
Prenatal Exposure Cases
- At least 6 months of use during pregnancy
- Minimum of 300 mg/week during 6 months of pregnancy; and
- No more than 5 years after birth until diagnosis of cancer
Zantac has been on the market for over 30 years, so many people have taken the drug regularly to combat acid issues. Cancer diagnoses may be linked to this prolonged usage.
If this describes your situation, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Contact VanDerGinst Law Today
You may be entitled to compensation if you meet the above requirements, and we would highly recommend working with a personal injury lawyer during this complex process.
The experienced and knowledgeable personal injury attorneys at VanDerGinst Law can help you make sense of your case and will work to get the compensation you deserve.
To get started, fill out our pre-qualification form.
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