The attorneys at Drug Injury Legal Group are currently investigating potential cases to file as a Tylenol liver damage lawsuit. There have been other Tylenol liver damage lawsuits filed around the country by people whose livers have been injured after using Tylenol. The manufacturer of Tylenol allegedly knew of the link between Tylenol use and liver damage but did not warn consumers of the risk. A Tylenol liver damage lawsuit will allege that the manufacturer failed to warn of the liver damage associated with Tylenol and this failure to warn of liver damage lead to the injuries suffered by the person filing the lawsuit. If you or anyone you know has suffered liver damage after taking Tylenol, please contact the attorneys at Drug Injury Legal Group immediately for a free case evaluation. We can give you advice as to whether you have a viable Tylenol liver damage lawsuit.
Tylenol has been the subject of a recall in the past for manufacturing defects. These recalls tend to be targeted to specific lots of the drug that were tainted in some way during the manufacturing process. If you took tainted Tylenol that was part of a Tylenol recall, you could have a lawsuit for the injuries that you suffered that were caused by the manufacturing defect. A Tylenol recall lawsuit is different than a typical Tylenol liver damage lawsuit for failure to warn of the potential for liver injury. However, the same damages can be recovered for someone who suffered an injury due to a Tylenol recall as by someone who is filing for failure to warn. If you would like a quick and free case evaluation by one of the experienced lawyers at the Drug Injury Legal Group, please contact us immediately.