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Tylenol Autism & ADHD Connections and Claims
Women who took Tylenol or generic brands of acetaminophen during pregnancy and gave birth to a child that developed Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or other disorders may have a case that demands a liability lawsuit.
New scientific research has suggested that taking the widely used over-the-counter medication, acetaminophen (frequently referred to by its popular brand name Tylenol), during pregnancy has been linked to an elevated risk of children being born with developmental disorders. This medical evidence has revealed that pregnant mothers who bought and used generic brands of acetaminophen from major retail stores such as Walgreens, CVS, Costco, Safeway, and Rite Aid were at a higher risk for their children to develop autism, ADHD, or other health conditions.
Recent studies have shown that prenatal exposure to Tylenol or acetaminophen was linked to a greater risk of Autism and/or ADHD. Researchers from Denmark and Spain conducted studies on birth cohorts that included over 65,000 children and mothers. It was found that acetaminophen exposure was associated with higher rates of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Complex Developmental Disorder.
Additionally, researchers from Johns Hopkins University and the US Department of Health and Human Services published a study which found that cord plasma biomarkers of fetal exposure to Acetaminophen and cord blood samples contained a higher risk for ADHD diagnosis.
If you or a loved one used Tylenol or a generic version of the pain reliever while pregnant and your child was subsequently diagnosed with Autism or ADHD, call our law firm today to discuss your legal options in a complimentary, risk-free case assessment.
Filing a Lawsuit for your Tylenol/Acetaminophen Autism ADHD Claim
Lawyers are currently investigating claims made against producers and distributors and filing lawsuits against the same. The growing number of Tylenol Autism and/or ADHD lawsuits has prompted a request for the cases to be consolidated through the MDL. On June 10th, 2022, a group of plaintiffs filed a motion to consolidate all the federally filed lawsuits before one judge. This potential coordination will likely help lead to settlement negotiations between the parties in the future.
Our firm is currently accepting Tylenol Autism and ADHD lawsuits from parents or guardians of children who were diagnosed with Autism or ADHD after prolonged exposure to Tylenol or generic acetaminophen.
Your Rights to Compensation
When a mother takes Tylenol during pregnancy for long periods and her child is later diagnosed with Autism, ADHD or other disorders, she may be able to receive compensation. This includes damages for:
- Medical cost and bills
- Pain and suffering
- Lost income
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Permanent disability
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The Law Office of Tom Wagstaff Jr. brings a wealth of insight and mass tort/class action expertise, providing clients with expert legal representation for nearly two decades. Our law practice takes a thoughtful and attentive approach to every claim, providing the personalized legal guidance our clients deserve. With our experience and proven success rate, we take pride in obtaining justice that reflects our clients’ best interests and the adequate compensation to financially support their path to recovery.
As your legal counsel, you can expect us to be by your side throughout the duration of your case, aggressively pursuing the maximum compensation for the damages you and your family have suffered. At the Law Office of Tom Wagstaff Jr., your Tylenol/acetaminophen Autism ADHD lawsuit will be in the qualified and highly experienced hands of expert trial lawyers.
If you or someone you love took Tylenol/acetaminophen during pregnancy which resulted in the child being diagnosed with ADHD or Autism, contact our office today at (816) 597-4556 for your free case analysis consultation. Call today!
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