Elmiron Lawsuits

Elmiron Lawsuits Against Janssen Pharmaceutical

The attorneys at the Earley Law Group Injury Lawyers are evaluating claims from individuals who took Elmiron and were diagnosed with a disease called maculopathy. Maculopathy is a disease of the macula, found in the retina of the eye, responsible for a large portion of vision. Elmiron has been shown to cause maculopathy.

Information About the Elmiron Eye Disease Lawsuit

Elmiron is a drug produced by Janssen Pharmaceutical. This drug has been prescribed for years to people with painful bladder syndrome, also called interstitial cystitis (IC). Elmiron was first discovered to be dangerous in 2015 by doctors in Atlanta. These doctors found that a small group of women with maculopathy had all taken Elmiron for a number of years.

Further scientific research found a link between this drug and maculopathy. There were though never any warnings to users of Elmiron that eye disease could be caused by using the product. It turns out that for many years many people taking Elmiron, regardless of the dosage, were harming their vision as a direct result of taking this drug. But, during this time, the drug continued to be given to many, many innocent and unsuspecting people.

Rights to Compensation

If you or someone you know has taken Elmiron and been diagnosed with eye disease, compensation may be available for all of the harms this drug caused. This includes a right to payment for the cost of your medical bills, lost time from work, and pain and suffering financial compensation.

Who is Eligible to File an Elmiron Lawsuit?

The lawsuits against Janssen Pharmaceutical are specifically intended to compensate adults who have taken Elmiron and have been diagnosed with maculopathy. If you or a loved one fit into this category, then a claim can be filed.

Take Action as There are Strict Time Limits to File a Claim

Call the Earley Law Group Injury Lawyers today at 617-444-7777. We are very easy to talk to. You can also email us at cearley@earleylawgroup.com. We do not get paid unless your case settles.