Are There Any Costs To Hire an Attorney for a Lipitor Diabetes Case?




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Product liability cases are no longer being reviewed by the Lipitor attorneys at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. for women throughout the United States who have been diagnosed with diabetes that may have been caused by side effects of Lipitor.

However, all cases were previously handled under a contingency fee agreement, which means that there were never any out-of-pocket costs to hire our law firm and we received no fees or expenses unless a recovery was obtained in a Lipitor diabetes case.

Through the use of contingency fees, individuals had access to the experience and resources of our Lipitor law firm — regardless of their individual financial resources.

Pfizer, the manufacturer of the blockbuster cholesterol drug, is a global pharmaceutical company with billions of dollars in resources that were devoted to defending one of their top selling brands. Our attorneys can helped level the playing field in this litigation.

Although the risk of women suffering a diabetes from Lipitor has been known to Pfizer for years, they failed to provide adequate warnings for consumers or the medical community.

Despite substantial evidence in support of these claims, the U.S. District Judge presiding over all federal Lipitor cases granted the drug maker’s motion for summary judgment in January 2017, and that decision was upheld on appeal.

New cases are no longer being accepted. This page is maintained for informational purposes only.

Austin Kirk

Last Updated June 30, 2018
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