We have had several people ask us about the class action suit involving Tylenol. However, it’s not only Tylenol that’s included in this class action. This article will provide the general criteria to help determine if you may have a claim.
The ideal time frame for these claims is when the minor child was either born or diagnosed between 2013-2020, which is when the relevant medical literature surfaced. Regardless, we still investigate cases that fall outside that time frame. We are currently investigating cases where the mother of the injured child took at least one of the following throughout her pregnancy (must include use during second and third trimesters):
- Generic Acetaminophen
- Alka-Seltzer Plus®
- Generic Paracetamol
We are investigating the following injuries as a result of using the above products:
- Kanner’s Syndrome
- Childhood Disintegrative Disorder
- Asperger’s Syndrome
- Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS)
We cannot investigate cases where:
- The mother does not have custody of the child and/or is not the representative or is not willing/able to pursue the claim on the injured child’s behalf, OR the mother is not the legal guardian of an incapacitated child, OR the mother is deceased and the next of kin is not willing to pursue the claim on her behalf.
- The injured child is 18 or older at the time of intake.
- There is no diagnosis of any of the above-listed injuries and/or the mother is not willing to obtain a formal diagnosis.
Buckle up, drive safely, and as always, your referrals are appreciated!