Memphis Ozempic Class Action Lawsuit: What to Know

Do you have questions about the weight loss drugs class action lawsuit Memphis has been talking about?

Ozempic, Wegovy, Trulicity, Mounjaro, and Rybelsus are some of the most popular and mass produced drugs on the planet at the moment. But unfortunately, they’re also causing devastating side effects.

Our attorneys are currently pursuing lawsuits against these popular weight loss drugs. But these lawsuits aren’t actually a class action – and as a result, you could have an even better chance at real compensation.

About the Lawsuits

First, it’s important to understand why these lawsuits are so important to begin with.

Over the past few years, pharmaceutical companies have made fortunes off semaglutide drugs. Novo Nordisk has earned billions from the sale of Ozempic, Wegovy, and Rybelsus. Eli Lilly has done the same with Mounjaro and Trulicity.

And at the same time, we believe the companies have not been fully honest about the dangers of these drugs. We’re representing people who’ve experienced stomach paralysis as a result of taking them.

Stomach paralysis, or gastroparesis, affects your stomach nerves and muscles. It can make it impossible for you to digest food.

This can mean extremely dangerous complications, including:

  • Severe vomiting (including whole, undigested food)
  • Abdominal pain and bloating
  • Malnutrition
  • Acid reflux
  • Extreme blood sugar changes
  • and much more.

Treatments for stomach paralysis can take a long time and become very expensive. Some people will have lifelong digestive problems as a result. If left untreated, the condition can be fatal.

We believe the companies knew about these risks and failed to warn doctors and the public properly. And so we are pursuing cases on behalf of victims who suffered stomach paralysis as a result of taking weight loss drugs.

We hope that by demanding accountability, we can keep these injuries from happening to even more people and help our clients get compensation for their losses.

Memphis Weight Loss Drugs Lawsuit: Class Action? Or Individual Cases?

In a class action lawsuit, a group of people who have similar legal claims against the same defendant come together to file a lawsuit as a single group. As a result, the cases may take less time and make it easier to pay extremely large groups at once.

Class actions can be highly effective against defective products or unfair business practices. But in many cases, if you experienced a significant injury, they can keep you from getting the amount you actually need and deserve for your losses.

In the cases of these weight loss drugs lawsuits, we’re pursuing each case individually.

By representing our clients personally, we can fight for a much higher and more appropriate amount. We also believe every person injured by these drugs deserves full representation, and that these companies owe them real accountability.

Fortunately, our attorneys make the process simple for you. We handle all the hard work so you don’t have to. And we only get paid if and when we win your case. So by filing individually, we give you a greater chance of real success, and you won’t really notice a difference in the day-to-day.

Darrell Castle downtown Memphis attorneyThe Right Attorney for Your Weight Loss Drugs Lawsuit

If you’ve been injured by weight loss drugs, you’ve come to the right place.

We are actively seeking clients who:

  • Are 75 years old or younger
  • Have been prescribed these drugs by a doctor
  • Have been hospitalized as a result of their symptoms

Our award-winning personal injury team has taken on some of the biggest companies in the world, and won. We’re ready to help you get the compensation and justice you deserve.

If you or someone you love has suffered from stomach paralysis as a result of taking Ozempic, Wegovy, Trulicity, Mounjaro, or Rybelsus, contact us today using the form below or call us at 901-327-2100.

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