If you or somebody you are close to has taken Accutane medication for acne and been diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Crohnâ€™s disease or Ulcerative Colitis, Accutane could be to blame. In 2005, the label on Accutane acne treatment was modified to warn that IBD symptoms had been associated with use of the drug. However, our Accutane lawyers do not believe this risk was accurately reflected in the warning.
More than 5,000 lawsuits have named Accutane acne treatment because of its dangerous side effects. Several plaintiffs in Accutane and IBD symptoms and Accutane Crohn’s disease class action lawsuits have recently won significant jury awards. Roche Laboratories decided in 2009 to remove Accutane from the market, citing reduced market share. However, the company also acknowledged that it was incurring costs related to the Accutane litigation.
If you or someone you love took Accutane acne treatment and suffers from IBD or are experiencing IBD symptoms such as bloody diarrhea, we want to hear from you today. Do not hesitate to file an Accutane lawsuit, donâ€™t let the manufacturer benefit from your sufferings.
Our Accutane IBD lawyers intend to make sure Roche is held accountable for failing to adequately warn patients about the dangerous side effects of Accutane, such as bowel disease and Crones disease, and even the association of ulcerative colitis and Accutane. Currently we are offering free Accutane bowel disease lawsuit consultations to victims who have suffered from severe Accutane side effects. Fill out the form on the right or call 1-800-LAWINFO to consult with one of our Accutane IBD lawyers: filing an Accutane lawsuit has never been easier.