Tylenol Lawyers Reviewing Cases for Liver Failure from Acetaminophen

Austin Kirk

By Austin Kirk
Posted October 31, 2011


The product liability lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are now investigating potential claims for individuals who may be entitled to compensation through a Tylenol lawsuit as a result of liver failure or severe liver damage caused by side effects of acetaminophen. To review a potential claim for yourself, a friend or family member request a free consultation and claim evaluation.

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Potential lawsuits are being reviewed by our Tylenol lawyers for users of Tylenol brand products, generic acetaminophen or prescription medications containing acetaminophen.

As a result of the drug makers’ failure to adequately warn consumers about the risk of liver damage from acetaminophen, compensation may be available for individuals who experienced any of the following, with first symptoms of the Tylenol liver injury occurring while on the medication or within one week of last use:

  • Acute Liver Failure
  • Hospitalization for Acute Liver Injury
  • Told by a Doctor that they have Acute Liver Damage from Acetaminophen Use
  • Had a Liver Transplant or are on a Liver Transplant Waiting List
  • Death Caused by Liver Failure

For individuals diagnosed with Hepatitis, NASH (Nonalcoholic Steatophepatitis) or a Fatty Liver, Tylenol lawsuits are only being considered for individuals who suffered an episode of sudden liver failure that required hospitalization within one week of last use of Tylenol or other acetaminophen medications.


Free consultations are being provided to help assist in determining whether our Tylenol attorneys may be able to pursue compensation for you, a friend or family member who experienced severe liver problems from acetaminophen. Request a free claim evaluation.

8 Comments • Add Your Comments

  • sarah says:

    i was diagnosed with hepatic stetosis i hope i spelled that right in other words liver disease in december 2009

    Posted on November 1, 2011 at 10:10 pm

  • cyrese says:

    i was told i have liver damage and i dont even drink im young and i have been takin tylonol for years.

    Posted on November 8, 2011 at 11:46 am

  • Karen says:

    I had an overdose of Tylenol after a root canal, and suffered extreme liver failure. I was throwing up bile, and was hospitalized within 24 hours of the overdose. There was no warning on the packaging at that time. My parents were told I had a 10% chance to live. I think the antidote was from a poison control center, but I couldn’t keep it down. BUT, that was nearly 30 years ago! LOL I spent 10 days in the hospital, it was a horrible ordeal, but somehow my mom’s prayers kept me alive!!

    Posted on April 26, 2012 at 9:30 pm

  • rosalva says:

    i have liver damage and i dont even drink im young and i have been takin tylonol for years

    Posted on September 15, 2012 at 3:35 pm

  • Margaret says:

    I have taken tylenol for years and I was told by a doctor that specializes in the Liver. He told me that I have a fatty liver as a result from medication filtering through my liver.

    Posted on June 1, 2013 at 11:34 pm

  • Sheila says:

    I have been taking oxycodone with acetaminophen for several years now i have been going back and forth to the doctor because they r saying my liver enzymes are high and then higher.i went for blood work to rule out hep.which was neg.went to liver doctor was told that I have a fatty liver.now I’m being sent to have an ultra sound.waiting on the results.

    Posted on August 6, 2013 at 1:01 pm

  • Chanel says:

    I been taking tylenol for years so how would that work for adult

    Posted on January 11, 2020 at 10:07 am

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    Posted on January 11, 2023 at 11:06 pm

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