Actos Lawyer Television Advertisement for Bladder Cancer Cases

Harvey Kirk

By Harvey Kirk
Posted November 9, 2011


For the past several months, the Actos lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. have been running television advertisements on a number of networks, including CMT, AMC, VH1, TV Land, TLC and other networks. These Actos TV commercials are designed to raise awareness about the link between bladder cancer and Actos, and to inform certain users that they may be entitled to financial compensation as a result of the drug maker’s failure to adequately research the medication and warn about the potential side effects of Actos.

▸ INFORMATION: Actos Bladder Cancer Cases

In addition to the resources provided on this website, we have expanded this Actos television ad to provided additional information on the potential Actos bladder cancer problems in the following YouTube video:

The product liability lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. represent individuals throughout the United States who are pursing an Actos lawsuit after developing bladder cancer. Unfortunately, many users of Actos who have been diagnosed with bladder cancer remain unaware that their condition may have been caused by the diabetes medication and that they may be entitled to financial compensation as a result of Takeda’s failure to warn.

In June 2011, the FDA required that new warnings be added to the drug label about the risk of bladder cancer associated with long-term use of Actos. These warnings indicate that the medication may increase the risk of bladder cancer among individuals who have used the drug for longer than one year.

Takeda knew or should have known that Actos could increase the risk of bladder cancer. However, Actos has generated about $3 bilion a year in sales for the pharmaceutical company in recent years, and it appears that they may have decided to place their desire for profits before patient safety by failing to provide accurate and complete information to consumers or the medical community.

All Actos bladder cancer cases are reviewed by our attorneys under a contingency fee agreement, which means that there are no out-of-pocket expenses and there are no fees unless we are successful obtaining a recovery for an injury caused by Actos

To review a potential case for yourself, a friend or family member, request a free consultation and claim evaluation.




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