Tylenol Linked to Autism
If you regularly use Tylenol or other medications containing acetaminophen during pregnancy, and your child has been diagnosed with Autism, you may be entitled to compensation.
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If someone else, a company, or a defective product is responsible for your injuries (like what acetaminophen can cause to a pregenant woman and her children), the law entitles you to compensation, but, to ensure that you maximize your recovery, you need experience on your side with the help of the right attorney.
What you need to know
About Tylenol Autism Lawsuits
Recent scientific studies have linked acetaminophen prenatal exposure to autism, ADHD, and other neurological disorder. As a result, families who suspect their children’s condition may be due to acetaminophen consumption during pregnancy are pursuing lawsuits to get settlement benefits.
The allegations in the lawsuits are that:
- Consumption of Tylenol during pregnancy caused children to develop neurological conditions, such as autism and ADHD
- Manufacturers and retailers of Tylenol and other acetaminophen medications are aware of or should have been aware of the possible risks.
- Manufacturers and retailers of the products failed to notify pregnant women of the risks of prenatal acetaminophen exposure
You may likely get compensated for
- The severity of your child’s condition on its quality of life
- Costs of past and future medical treatment, including medications, doctor visits, etc.
- Financial loss to you and your child
- Caregiver costs
- Emotion distress caused by your child’s condition
- Special education cost
- And more.
Who can join the acetaminophen lawsuit for autism?
You may be eligible to file a Tylenol autism lawsuit if
- You used acetaminophen medications such as Tylenol, Nyquil®, Excedrin®, Mucinex®, Goody’s, Robitussin®, Alka-Seltzer Plus®, and other generic or store brand drugs containing acetaminophen during your pregnancy.
- And your child has developed Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
If you are unsure of your eligibility, call 888-461-3077 to talk to one of our experts today! We’ll review your case for free and let you know if you qualify for legal action.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Mother took Tylenol or generic acetaminophen while pregnant
- The mother was not taking acetaminophen or Tylenol against the advice of a health professional
- Your child sustained fetal exposure to Tylenol or generic acetaminophen
- Your child was subsequently diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder or participates or participated in an individual education program (IEP) or even an autism early intervention program
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