Have you taken Actos for your Type 2 Diabetes and been diagnosed for bladder cancer? Then you’re probably entitled to compensation and need to see an experienced attorney immediately.
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Hello, this is Darrell Castle. I’m an attorney licensed to practice law in the state of Tennessee.
On this video I’m talking about a drug prescribed for type 2 diabetes called Actos. That’s spelled A-C-T-O-S. It’s a dangerous drug and if you’ve taken Actos for type 2 diabetes and you have a diagnosis of bladder cancer, you’re probably entitled to compensation and you need to do something about that right away. Time is running out for these cases.
Actos has been determined by the FDA to provide an extremely high risk of bladder cancer in the people who have taken it long term. Some people have developed bladder cancer after taking it from 1-6 months. Others it has taken 2-4 years.
But if you’ve taken it and have a diagnosis of bladder cancer, you need to get in and see an experienced attorney – experienced in handling Actos cases – right away because the statue of limitations – that is the state law that’s a little bit different in each state. But here in Tennessee, it’s very short – the shortest in the nation as a matter of fact, so time is running out for these cases and you can see an experienced attorney and get the compensation you deserve if you have a diagnosis of bladder cancer from Actos.