Who is Liable for Zantac-Related Cancers?
Legal analysts expect thousand of Zantac lawsuits to be filed over the next several years, alleging that NDMA-contaminated Zantac caused various types of cancer. A potential settlement of these claims may ultimately be worth billions of dollars. But who is liable for Zantac-related cancers?
There are many potential defendants in Zantac lawsuits because many different manufacturers are responsible for the production and sale of brand name Zantac and generic ranitidine equivalents.
Liability in Zantac Lawsuits
In making the case that manufacturers are liable for Zantac-related cancers, it will be important for Zantac cancer lawyers to demonstrate that manufacturers ignored opportunities to protect consumer safety.
If Zantac manufacturers ignored these warnings and continued to manufacture and sell Zantac despite known safety risks, they may be liable for cancer developed by thousands of claimants.
Are Zantac manufacturers liable for Zantac-related cancer?
With a potential settlement projected by legal analysts to be worth possibly billions of dollars, Zantac cancer attorneys are seeking to hold ranitidine manufacturers accountable.
The NDMA contamination in Zantac may have resulted in many types of cancers in those taking prescription and over-the-counter ranitidine, including:
- Liver cancer
- Stomach cancer
- Bladder cancer
- Kidney cancer
- Esophageal cancer
- Intestinal cancer
- Colorectal cancer
- Ovarian cancer
- Uterine cancer
- Testicular cancer
- Lung cancer
- Brain cancer
- Throat/nasal cancer
- Thyroid cancer
- Pancreatic cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Non-Hodgkins lymphoma
- Multiple myeloma
Have you taken Zantac and been diagnosed with any of the cancers listed above? You may be entitled to significant financial compensation.
For a FREE consultation with a Zantac lawsuit attorney, please call 1-800-525-7111.
There is no obligation and you won’t pay any upfront costs or attorney fees unless we win your case and you receive compensation.
Call 1-800-525-7111 today to speak with a Zantac cancer lawyer about your potential claim.
“If drug companies ignored warning signs that Zantac could potentially cause cancer, they must be held accountable.”
-Gene Riddle, attorney and managing partner, Riddle & Brantley
The dangerous drug attorneys at Riddle & Brantley are led by Gene Riddle. Attorney Riddle is a member of Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum as well as Super Lawyers and The National Trial Lawyers Top 100. He maintains a prestigious AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell and is the recipient of the 2014 Litigator Award (see disclaimer below).
We are committed to justice for those injured due to negligence, and we would love to help you with your Zantac cancer claim if we can.
In more than 35 years of service to injured victims, we’ve recovered many five, six and even seven-figure settlements and verdicts for our deserving clients (see disclaimer below).
“I would recommend them to anyone. They fought hard for me.”
–Christine W., Riddle & Brantley client
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We believe Justice Counts for those injured due to NDMA-contaminated Zantac and we would love to review your case.
Please call 1-800-525-7111 today and let’s talk.
*** Disclaimer: An attorney must meet certain requirements to join these organizations or receive these awards. For more information on Membership Criteria for Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Super Lawyers, The National Trial Lawyers Top 100, AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell, and the Litigator Award, please visit our Membership Criteria page. These awards and memberships should not be construed as a promise or guarantee of a similar result. Each case is different and must be evaluated separately.
*** Disclaimer: The results mentioned are intended to illustrate the type of cases handled by the firm. These results do not guarantee a similar outcome, and they should not be construed to constitute a promise or guarantee of a particular result in any particular case. Every case is different, and the outcome of any case depends upon a variety of factors unique to that case.