Tylenol® has hired Zeno Group for PR assistance.

Why would Tylenol hire a new PR firm right now?

“Zeno’s expertise in consumer public relations will be a complimentary addition to the ongoing work we do with other agency partners supporting Tylenol and other brands with our OTC (over-the-counter) business,” said a spokesperson from Johnson & Johnson, the manufacturer of Tylenol.

The spokesperson’s comment came after a question on whether or not the reports and lawsuits associated with Tylenol led to the company hiring Zeno.

Lawsuits? Yes, Tylenol is a dangerous drug that’s been linked to serious liver damage and death beginning in 2010.

Specifically, acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, is the source of the liver damage. Even in small doses, acetaminophen has been linked to acute liver damage. This is one reason people are claiming Tylenol didn’t warn patients enough about the risks.

If you take or have taken Tylenol, be aware of the warning signs of acetaminophen overdose:

  • nausea

  • bloating

  • vomiting

  • digestive problems

    If your liver has been damaged by this dangerous drug, it can take a long time to realize you’ve been injured. Symptoms show up as liver problems and can often be traced back to taking acetaminophen.

    If you believe you’ve fallen victim to this drug, you need to speak to an experienced attorney. Here at Darrell Castle & Associates, our experienced Memphis personal injury attorneys have studied and investigated Tylenol and acetaminophen and will fight to help you receive the compensation you deserve.

    Please contact us today, either online or by calling us at (901) 327-1212 and one of our experienced Memphis Tylenol attorneys will be ready to speak with you, free of charge.