South Carolina Proton Pump Inhibitors Lawyer
Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPI) have been proven to cause chronic kidney disorders or disease and bone fractures in some patients. The medication is typically used to treat ulcers, gastritis, and other gastrointestinal illnesses. If you or someone you love took the prescription or over-the-counter version of this medication and your health was damaged as a result, we can help you and other injury victims seek financial compensation.
Our South Carolina proton pump inhibitors lawyer is building a mass tort lawsuit to help clients injured by a PPI manufacturer’s failure to inform doctors or patients of potentially dangerous side effects. Our Anastopoulo Law Firm team will determine your eligibility to join our other plaintiffs in pursuing the negligent drug maker. We also help you build your case and prove its monetary value.
Determine What Your Part of Our Mass Torts Case is Worth
Your participation in our mass torts case means you can hold the at-fault party accountable for their negligence and help others avoid the same risk to their health. As part of representing you, our team will help you calculate the financial value of your case. Per S.C. Ann. § 15-32-210, the economic and non-economic damages you can recover from the drug’s manufacturer for their negligence can include:
- Known and anticipated medical expenses
- Known and anticipated loss of income
- Funeral and burial costs, if applicable
- Ongoing physical pain and suffering
- Mental anguish and emotional distress
You do not have to reach a potential value on your own. We will collect the evidence that proves your case’s value for you and negotiate with the negligent party or their insurer. We also ensure none of your eligible expenses are overlooked, handle the negotiation process, and help you weigh the viability of any offer you receive.
Know How Long You Have to Seek Compensation
We understand how anxious you might be to resolve your lawsuit, so we take the time to explain its potential timeline. Many factors will impact the timeline of your case, starting with the state’s filing deadline. In South Carolina, the personal injury statute of limitations and the wrongful death statute of limitations are both determined by S.C. Ann. § 15-3-530. Accordingly, you have three years to file your lawsuit.
- If your health was injured, the time to file your lawsuit starts on the day your medical injury is discovered
- If someone you love was fatally injured, the time to file your lawsuit starts on the day of their demise
The time it takes to compile your evidence, the at-fault party’s response time, the number of monetary offers you receive, and the time it takes to negotiate each one all play a role in how long your case takes to settle.
For a free legal consultation with a proton pump inhibitors lawyer serving South Carolina, call (800) 777-7777
How Our Mass Tort Team Fights for You
As part of a mass tort case, you seek compensation alongside many other injured parties. When our team helps you seek recovery, we represent the party as a whole and you as an individual. On your behalf, our team members will:
- Define your specific financial damages
- Review your PPI-related medical history
- Manage all written, verbal, and electronic communication
- Prove the extent of your physical injuries and diagnosis
- Comply with the South Carolina statute of limitations
To further strengthen your part of our mass torts case, we will include scientific studies, medical expert testimonials, and other proof of the damage caused by the drug. In other words, at Anastopoulo Law Firm, our proton pump inhibitors lawyer and our client support team handle the details of your case so you can focus on your family and your physical recovery.
How We Prove the PPI Damaged Your Health
According to Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) research, there is an acknowledged link between PPIs and several harmful side effects, including gas, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, headache, and abdominal pain. In addition to these minor side effects, you might also suffer more serious adverse health reactions such as:
- Increased risk of bone fractures with higher dosages and prolonged use of PPIs
- Increased risk of acute interstitial nephritis that can lead to ongoing kidney problems, including kidney failure
If you were given or prescribed a PPI without being warned of its dangers and side effects, the drug’s manufacturer could be liable. By proving the connection between the medication, your diagnosis, and the negligent party’s failure to disclose important information about the potential harm you faced, we help you appropriately assign liability and seek financial compensation.
Praise for Our Law Practice
When our team represents you, we do everything to ensure you and your case get the time and attention needed. When they talk about our supportive service, previous clients say:
- “Quick to settle. Polite, and I would come back. At the closing, Mr. Bass was really nice. The best at the lawyers I’ve seen yet. Thank you, guys, so much” – Shannon Simmons
- “Very professional and caring from start to finish. I will definitely be using them for any future needs!” – Rana Jenkins
- “I had a very great experience. They were very friendly and answered all of my questions. They’re also great lawyers that you can trust to get the job done.” – Keisha Sanders
- “Very good ppl got my money on time, and they really care about their customers.” – Jacques Copeland
- “My experience has been excellent…always accessible and prompt in getting back to you to answer any and all questions. I would highly recommend this law firm!” – Rhonda Young
We fight hard to win fair financial recovery for every client we represent. When we handle your personal injury or mass tort case, we fight hard to resolve your case with a favorable financial outcome.
South Carolina Proton Pump Inhibitors Lawyer Near Me (800) 777-7777
Get Your Free Consultation Today
If a PPI injured you or someone you love in South Carolina, our proton pump inhibitors lawyer can help you seek compensation from the drug’s manufacturer. Simply contact one of our Anastopoulo Law Firm team members by calling (800) 777-7777 today.