If you’re considering filing a lawsuit against the pharmaceutical company that made Zantac (a gastroesophageal reflux disease drug), you might be wondering what it will cost to hire a Zantac lawyer. Read on as we provide an overview of the costs associated with pursuing a Zantac lawsuit, as well as some advice on how to make sure you get the best representation for your case.
When you choose to work with Zanes Law, a Zantac cancer lawsuit lawyer won’t charge you unless you win your case. We’re here to help you deal with the overwhelming aftermath of developing a health condition after taking Zantac.
The legal process should move forward without you having to pay anything until you recover compensation. When you hire a Zantac lawyer from our team, it will cost you nothing upfront.
We will discuss our fee during your initial consultation and explain the legal process. Remember, on average, personal injury victims with professional legal representation secure higher payouts than those who handle their own cases. This means our legal services will likely pay for themselves.
After the settlement agreement is signed or the verdict is announced in court, the liable party will send your lawyer a check for the money they owe. Your law firm will cash the check, take out their fees, and send you the remaining amount.
Do not hesitate to discuss costs during your initial consultation with a prospective lawyer. A legal professional who reviews these cases regularly should be open about their pricing, common expenses, and how they handle payment.
Unlike other types of law, personal injury lawyers (including dangerous and defective drug lawyers) generally do not require any upfront payment or retainer. Instead, they have a contract that enables them to take a portion of your settlement or court award.
Your agreement with your lawyer will include the percentage the law firm receives. Do not sign any contracts if they do not mention the payment details.
Zanes Law handles dangerous and defective drug cases on contingency. We can help you navigate the legal process without paying us anything. We understand that it’s a difficult time for you and your family when you have a cancer diagnosis or another serious health condition.
We will gather evidence to support your claim, build a case, and represent your best interests in a court of law. This could mean participating in a mass tort, negotiating your settlement, or taking your case to trial to fight for a just award. We only get paid for our services if we can secure a financial recovery on your behalf, so take legal action now.
When filing a Zantac cancer lawsuit, you can collect various forms of compensation. Every case is unique, and settlement amounts for each case are based upon factors including:
Once these factors are calculated, you can add your damages together. These damages typically include the following:
Recent studies have revealed that the popular acid reflux medication Zantac (ranitidine medication) and its generic versions contain unacceptable levels of a cancer-causing substance called N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). This has resulted in several lawsuits against the Zantac pharmaceutical company, including Sanofi and Boehringer Ingelheim.
People who have undergone long-term use of Zantac may have a heightened cancer risk, including the following types of cancers:
If you have taken Zantac and have been diagnosed with any of the above-mentioned types of cancer, it is crucial that you seek out legal options immediately. A Zantac cancer lawyer can help you understand your legal rights and options and hold the drug manufacturers of this harmful medication accountable for their negligence.
When hiring a lawyer for a Zantac class action lawsuit, ensuring you have an eligible case is one of the first things your personal injury lawyer can help with. Suffering harm after taking the popular heartburn medication may mean you have a case.
However, certain requirements must be met:
The specific legal requirements and elements of a successful Zantac lawsuit may vary based on each case’s jurisdiction and individual circumstances. A qualified Zantac cancer lawsuit lawyer can evaluate your situation and give you an honest assessment of your case’s strengths and weaknesses.
Many people who filed grievances against Zantac participated in multidistrict litigation (MDL). According to the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, MDL 2924 was a tort that included almost 150 cases as of February 2020.
The tort alleged that high N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) levels in Zantac caused clients to develop cancer or other serious health complications. The plaintiffs were unfortunately unsuccessful in this case; however, several other lawsuits are still pending in 2023. A lawyer from our law firm can let you know about your current legal options.
Establishing the link between ranitidine products and cancer may cost thousands of dollars, including paying researchers, medical experts, and others to testify in court. Participating in an MDL can help alleviate the costs of taking on a large corporation.
Zanes Law will go above and beyond to start your case as soon as it is brought to our attention. We will review your case for free, and we can sign you up during the same phone call. We accept Zantac cancer cases from anywhere in the United States. If you have cancer or another serious health condition associated with Zantac use, we want to learn more about your case.
Contact us to get started with a no-cost, no-obligation initial consultation today. We will make sure you understand our payment structure before you sign a contingency agreement.
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