Because type 2 diabetes medicines containing Actos, known generically as pioglitazone, may have increased your bladder cancer risk, it's time to take charge of your health and educate yourself about all the medical and legal help that's available to you.
If you think you can't afford an experienced defective-drug attorney, think again.
Actoslawsuit.com offers free referrals to experienced defective-drug litigators who have recovered more than $7 billion for their clients and will review your claim for free. What's more, they don't get paid a thing unless they recover damages for you.
And if you're facing bladder cancer, don't let it drain your health and your family's finances.
Bladder cancer is among the costliest cancers to treat in the United States, and government studies show that chronic diseases can cost 10 percent or more of the total family income.
The long-term study of Actos and elevated bladder cancer ends in late 2012, so don't wait long to have your claim evaluated. In addition, laws that limit how long you can wait to file a lawsuit, called statutes of limitation, vary by state. So fill out a free case evaluation form today!