If you’re a diabetic and have been diagnosed with bladder cancer since taking the type 2 diabetes drug Actos, it’s not too late to file suit, however time is running out so you need to act quickly.


Last week, a federal court in Louisiana ordered Takeda Pharmaceutical Co., and its partner Lilly & Co (the manufacturers of Actos), to pay punitive damages after the jury determined the manufacturers knew about the cancer risk associated with the drug.

The jury also awarded actual damages to the victim who developed bladder cancer after taking the drug.

Our experienced Memphis personal injury attorneys here at Darrell Castle & Associates have investigated, researched and shared content on Actos for a while now and we want to sit down and talk to you about your situation if you’ve been affected by this dangerous drug.

If this is you, chances are you have a lot of questions and concerns. How can the drug company do this? How can they continue to market and sell this drug knowing its dangerous effects?

These drug industry companies are powerful and money-driven. However, we’re no strangers to taking them on in litigation. In fact, we thrive on seeking justice for our clients due to these companies’ wrongdoings.

If you’ve taken the type 2 diabetes drug, Actos, and have been diagnosed with bladder cancer, please contact us immediately, either by filling out the “Get in Touch” form below or by calling us at (901) 327-1212. One of our attorneys will be ready to speak with you about your situation, free of charge.

Please remember, it’s not too late to file suit against Actos for the ill-effects the drug has caused you or your loved one, but time is quickly running out.