Abilify Lawsuit

Every year in Connecticut and throughout the United States thousands of people suffer injury, illness and even death due to the use of unknowingly dangerous or defective prescription drugs.  If you or your family have suffered injury and ill effects due to the prescription drug, Abilify, the pharmaceutical  personal injury lawyers at Jazlowiecki & Jazlowiecki, LLC can provide the legal help to aggressively pursue your Abilify lawsuit. We will work with you to hold all responsible parties accountable and help you obtain the financial compensation that you deserve. Call or Text our Law Firm at (860) 674-8000 (or submit your case HERE) and speak directly with a licensed attorney.  You will learn about your legal rights and how Jazlowiecki Law may be able to help you with your Abilify lawsuit. The Consultation is always 100% Free, and our lawyers will assist you by evaluating your claim for free.  Jazlowiecki Law has been protecting the Rights of the Severely Injured since 1974.

What is the Abilify Lawsuit?

Aripiprazole is used to treat certain mental/mood disorders (such as bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, Tourette’s disorder, and irritability associated with autistic disorder). It may also be used in combination with other medication to treat depression. Aripiprazole is known as an antipsychotic drug (atypical type). It works by helping to restore the balance of certain natural chemicals in the brain (neurotransmitters).

Abilify has been linked to reports of pathological gambling, compulsive shopping, hyper-sexuality and other impulse-control disorders. The drug manufacturers, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Otsuka Pharmaceuticals, currently face over 800 product liability lawsuits, each raising similar claims including allegations that users and the medical community were not warned about the risks associated with using Abilify.

The Abilify drug manufacturers provided warnings on the drug label in Europe in 2012 and Canada in 2015. However, consumers in the United States were never provided a warning until August 2016. The FDA required the drug makers to add new warnings about the increased risks that Abilify users may experience pathological gambling, compulsive shopping, and similar behaviors.

What are Abilify’s Dangerous Side Effects?

  • Impulsive or Problem Gambling
  • Hyper Sexual Activity
  • Impulsive Shopping
  • Binge Eating

Is there a deadline to bring an Abilify Lawsuit?

Every potential defective drug lawsuit has a statute of limitations,which places a deadline on the amount of time that someone must file a lawsuit. every state has their own statutes of limitations, and the time periods vary by state. Statutes of limitations apply in all civil cases, including personal injury cases and product liability cases. Most defective drug and pharmaceutical claims fall into one of these two categories. It is in your best interest to have your claim investigated immediately so you know your applicable deadline.

How much does an Abilify Lawyer Cost?

NOTHING. At Jazlowiecki & Jazlowiecki, our drug and pharmaceutical attorneys work on a contingency fee basis. Our firm only gets paid if a settlement or verdict is reached. If there is no recovery you are not responsible for any fees and there are no out of pocket expenses. Evaluating your potential  Abilify case is also free.

Do I have an Abilify Lawsuit?

If you have taken Abilify and have suffered some of the effects listed above, you may have a potential claim against the makers of Abilify. To fully investigate and evaluate your claim, we encourage you to immediately contact the attorneys at Jazlowiecki & Jazlowiecki, who will evaluate your claim for FREE. Call or Text our Law Firm at (860) 674-8000 (or submit your case HERE) and speak directly with a licensed attorney.

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