For the time being, if you have suffered hearing loss or tinnitus as a result of Tepezza infusion treatment, to pursue compensation for your injuries, the open option for you is to file an individual Tepezza lawsuit.
One important compensation-related aspect is that the Tepezza treatment is already a rather costly one, but the costs associated with hearing loss problems could make it up to two times as costly.
Though the process of the consolidation of Tepezza lawsuits into multidistrict litigation (MDL) has been initialized, it is only in the preliminary stages with no certain outcome. Facts:
The Tepezza infusion drug manufacturer failed to properly warn about the high rate of hearing loss disorders that can occur as adverse effects of the Tepezza treatment. The initial warning set an occurrence rate of 10%, but later studies have shown that this rate can be alarmingly higher, reaching as much as 65%.
Any health condition takes a toll on the life of the patient, and as such, hearing loss symptoms are no exception. They can seriously affect the quality of life of the patient suffering from them. Having our team at Atraxia Law handle every detail of the case, including the assessment of your medical documentation, will minimize your involvement in this demanding process so that you can focus on your priorities. Since different states employ different statutes of limitations, it is imperative that you seek us out as soon as possible after the diagnosis has been established.
Our team has extensive experience in vetting defective drug claims. Contact us, and we will provide you with detailed information and informed guidance to submit an eligible Tepezza claim. As a first step, however, you should know that the two main criteria for eligibility are:
The legal assistance and guidance we are able to provide you with during the screening of your Tepezza claim are based on your team’s rich experience of over 35 years in vetting defective drug claims. We will perform a thorough analysis of your individual situation and will then determine if your hearing loss diagnosis entitles you to compensation from the liable manufacturing company.