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The legal issues presented by Tylenol lawsuits are complex, which is why it is important to contact an attorney who has experience in pharmaceutical litigation. In general, lawsuits involving dangerous drugs typically seek to prove that a drug is defective because it (1) failed to carry adequate warnings; (2) was improperly designed or manufactured; or (3) was negligently designed or marketed by the manufacturer. The lawsuits alleging that ingestion of Tylenol can lead to liver failure make a number of allegations, including the following:

  • Tylenol is defective and unreasonably dangerous
  • The risk of Tylenol-induced liver failure was well-documented and well-known to the drug’s manufacturer for many years
  • Tylenol carried inadequate warnings, labels, and instructions
  • Medical providers were not given adequate training and instruction for the appropriate use of Tylenol 
  • The manufacturer over-promoted Tylenol products, including the over-promotion of its safety and efficacy 
  • The manufacturer failed to properly test Tylenol
  • Tylenol contains design defects which render it more dangerous than other pain relievers and can cause an unreasonable increased risk of acute liver failure
  • The manufacturer failed to use due care in designing and manufacturing Tylenol so as to avoid the risk of injury to users 

Our attorneys are currently investigating potential lawsuits on behalf of consumers who suffered any of the following after using Tylenol: 

  • Acute liver failure
  • Sudden liver failure
  • Hospitalization due to liver failure
  • Liver transplant
  • Death

If you or a loved one suffered liver failure after taking Tylenol, it is important to remember that these cases are time-sensitive. For a free, no obligation case evaluation from our law firm, please fill out our contact form today.



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