What steps are the manufacturers and distributors taking in response to the recalls?

It is crucial to stay informed about the actions taken by manufacturers and distributors in response to product recalls. In the case of the recalled eye drops, here are the steps that have been taken: EzriCare Recall: Aru Pharma Inc., the company that formulated EzriCare artificial tear drops, and Global Pharma Healthcare PVT LTD, the manufacturer, have withdrawn the affected products from... read more?

What should I do if I have a recalled eye drop product?

As a personal injury attorney, it's essential to guide clients on the appropriate steps to take if they have a recalled eye drop product. If you find yourself in this situation, here's what you should do: Stop using the product immediately: If you have a recalled eye drop product, stop using it right away to avoid any potential health risks. Keep documentation: Save any relevant receipts,... read more?

What is the reason for the eye drop recalls?

As a personal injury attorney, it's important to understand the reasons behind product recalls, particularly those that may have significant health implications for our clients. In the case of the recent eye drop recalls, several key factors have led to these products being removed from the market: Contamination with dangerous bacteria: The EzriCare Artificial Tear Drops recall occurred... read more?

What eye drop brands have been recalled?

As a personal injury attorney, it's crucial to stay informed about product recalls that may impact our clients' health and well-being. In this case, we have recently seen a series of eye drop recalls that warrant attention: EzriCare Artificial Tear Drops: These eye drops were formulated by Aru Pharma Inc. and manufactured by Global Pharma Healthcare PVT LTD. They were recalled due to a link... read more?

What should I do if I believe I have suffered injuries or complications due to using the recalled eye drops?

If you believe you have suffered injuries or complications due to using the recalled eye drops, it's essential to take the following steps to protect your health and legal rights: Seek immediate medical attention: Consult a healthcare professional as soon as possible to address your symptoms and receive appropriate treatment. Timely medical intervention can help prevent complications and... read more?

Can I file a lawsuit if I have been affected by the eye drop recall?

If you have been affected by the recent eye drop recall, you may be wondering whether you can file a lawsuit to seek compensation for your injuries or damages. The short answer is yes, you may be able to pursue a legal claim if you have been harmed by the recalled eye drops. However, it's essential to understand that each case is unique and will depend on several factors, including the specific... read more?

How long do I have to file a lawsuit related to the eye drop recall?

Understanding the timeline for filing a lawsuit related to the eye drop recall is essential for protecting your legal rights. While the time limits for filing a lawsuit can vary by state, here are some general guidelines to help you understand the process: Statute of Limitations: The statute of limitations is a law that sets a deadline for filing a personal injury lawsuit. This deadline can... read more?

What kind of compensation can I expect if my case is successful?

If you believe you have been harmed by the recalled eye drops and are considering pursuing a lawsuit, it's natural to wonder what type of compensation you might be able to receive if your case is successful. As an attorney with extensive experience in personal injury law, I can tell you that compensation varies depending on the specifics of your case, but some common types of damages include: ... read more?

How can The Ruth Law Team help me if I have been harmed by the recalled eye drops?

If you have been harmed by the recalled eye drops, The Ruth Law Team can provide you with valuable support and guidance throughout the legal process. Our experienced attorneys understand the complexities of personal injury law and can help you navigate your case to pursue the compensation you deserve. Here's how we can help: Case Evaluation: We will begin by offering you a free consultation... read more?

Will I have to pay any fees upfront for legal representation in my eye drop recall case?

If you or a loved one has been affected by the eye drop recall, you may be wondering if you will have to pay any upfront fees for legal representation. The good news is that most personal injury attorneys, including The Ruth Law Team, work on a contingency fee basis. This means that you will not have to pay any fees upfront and will only be responsible for payment if you receive compensation for... read more?

What’s the Problem With Elmiron?

In 1985, Elmiron was granted an FDA orphan drug designation, which is defined as “those intended for the safe and effective treatment, diagnosis, or prevention of rare diseases/disorders that affect fewer than 200,000 people in the US or that affect more than 200,000 persons but are not expected to recover the costs of developing and marketing a treatment drug.”  However, in 1993, the FDA... read more?

What is Interstitial Cystitis?

Interstitial cystitis (IC) is a chronic condition typically (but not always) found in women.  It causes bladder pressure, bladder pain, and sometimes pelvic pain.  There is currently no known cure for the condition, and the pain may negatively affect a person’s day-to-day life.  Elmiron is one of the only drugs developed to treat IC. ... read more?

What is NDMA?

NDMA stands for Ni-nitrosodimethylamine.  NDMA is classified as a probable human carcinogen, which is a substance that causes cancer.  It is not only usd to manufacture rocket fuel, but it is also used to induce tumors in animals for laboratory experiments.  The FDA’s daily allowable limit is 96ng.   On September 13, 2019, FDA issued a statement that some ranitidine products contain NDMA at... read more?

What is the problem with Zantac antacid?

Valisure LLC and ValisureRX LLC conducted tests, finding very high levels of NDMA in all lots of ranitidine tested.  Valisure tests showed the NDMA concentration in a patient’s urine to be more than 15,000 times higher than the California drinking water limit.  A Stanford study studied NDMA levels in patients 24 before taking ranitidine and 24 hours. They found the NDMA levels in urine... read more?

Should I stop taking Zantac?

Zantac has been completely recalled, so you are no longer able to purchase it at the store. Doctors will no longer prescribe Zantac. Talk to your doctor before discontinuing use of any medication, and speak to him or her about any alternatives that may be available to you. ... read more?