Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. is a law firm dedicated to representing those seriously injured as a result of another person or corporation’s negligence. In addition to complex medical malpractice and personal injury matters, our lawyers also represent individuals throughout the United States who were injured by defective medical devices and dangerous drugs.

Our Actos lawyers previously reviewed claims for individuals who have been diagnosed with bladder cancer after using the popular type 2 diabetes drug.

Research found that individuals may face an increased risk of bladder cancer from Actos side effects the longer the medication is used. Although the drug maker knew or should have known about this risk, they failed to adequately warn consumers and the medical community.

Our lawyers are reviewing new Actos bladder cancer lawsuits.

UNDERSTANDING THE STEPS OF AN ACTOS CLAIM INVESTIGATION

Step 1: Request a Free Consultation and Claim Evaluation – To review a potential lawsuit with our Actos bladder cancer lawyers, request a free consultation and claim evaluation. This can be done by calling (800) 522-0102 or by clicking here to have a member of our Actos law firm contact you.

Requesting a free consultation does not form an attorney-client relationship, and after obtaining your free claim evaluation, there is no obligation to pursue a case or hire our lawyers for your Actos claim. The request simply begins the review process to determine whether you, a friend or family member may be entitled to compensation through an Actos lawsuit. You decide whether you wish to use our services to pursue a recovery.

Contact Our Lawyers About an ACTOS INJURY LAWSUIT

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Step 2: Investigation and Determination of Rights – After contacting our law firm, you will speak with a member of our team to review additional information about your claim and any symptoms of bladder cancer experienced after Actos use. The facts of your potential case will be reviewed by one of our attorneys to determine whether you may be eligible to pursue a lawsuit. You will have an opportunity to speak with one of our Actos lawyers to review any questions or concerns you may have.

Often a determination is made about whether our law firm can represent you during the initial consultation and case review. If we determine that you may be entitled to compensation, it is your decision whether to pursue your Actos case with our lawyers.

In some cases, it is necessary that we review the circumstances surrounding your claim in further detail before we can determine if we are able to pursue your case. If that is the case, you will be contacted shortly with our final determination.

Step 3: Retaining an Actos Lawyer with No Fees Unless We Win – Once you decide that you wish to move forward with a lawsuit for bladder cancer from Actos, an attorney-client relationship will be formed. We will forward a contingency fee agreement, which must be signed and returned to our office so that we may move forward with your case and pursue an Actos settlement or recovery for your injury.

All cases are handled by our Actos injury lawyers under a contingency fee, which means that there are never any fees or expenses paid out of your pocket to move forward with a case. The attorney fees for your Actos lawsuit are contingent upon our obtaining a recovery for you. Contingency fees allow you to obtain the best and most experienced representation with no out-of-pocket expenses.

NATIONWIDE LAWYERS FOR ACTOS BLADDER CANCER CLAIMS

Once our law firm has been retained to pursue your Actos bladder cancer case, your case will be documented and you will be kept advised of the status of your claim throughout the course of our representation.

While Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. is nationally known and handles claims throughout the United States, our law firm remains family owned and operated, providing a personal level of representation with the experience necessary to make sure your legal rights are protected