Elmiron Eye Lawsuit News

Vision Loss Is A Devastating Injury Worthy of Maximum Legal Compensation

Every aspect of life may be negatively impacted or destroyed by the consequences of Elmiron eye damage

Tuesday, January 11, 2022 - Men and women who have experienced vision damage after taking the Elmiron (pentosan polysulfate sodium) bladder pain drug for five or more years, may look to file a lawsuit against the manufacturer Janssen Pharmaceuticals, and parent company Johnson & Johnson, for failing to warn them of the potentially devastating side effects. Those who are contemplating filing an Elmiron eye lawsuit want to know how much it is worth and how much they could expect if successful. Elmiron eye attorneys estimate that working people could expect multi-million dollar compensatory awards and up to ten times that amount in punitive damages. Potential Elmiron vision damage plaintiffs should seek an Elmiron eye attorney who works on a contingency basis so there is no payment unless the lawsuit is successful. Elmiron causes pigmentary maculopathy, a form of progressive, degenerative, permanent, irreversible eyesight damage that renders its victims legally blind. Those with Elmiron vision damage can no longer drive a car because their central vision is permanently blurred and objects in front of them are indistinguishable from those side to side. Elmiron vision damage also renders the victim unable to see well at night.

Perfect vision is essential to performing thousands of different careers and occupations and many more simple jobs. Without perfect eyesight, workers could suffer serious, life-threatening injuries or cause injury and death to others. Almost all outdoor physical recreational activities depend on excellent vision. When vision is damaged, a person can not enjoy recreational time either. Parents with Elmiron vision damage can no longer participate in the activities like camping, hiking, boating, or hundreds of other family time leisure activities.

If considering filing an Elmiron eye lawsuit, you should look for an attorney with experience in the courtroom suing large multi-national corporations. Do not be afraid to ask for a specific, written description of the attorney's track record of success when taking on billion-dollar pharmaceutical conglomerates like Janssen. The Elmiron attorney you select to represent you should have a detailed understanding of the ins and outs of the Elmiron drug science and have studied the side effects that the drug's victims have described. An Elmiron eye lawsuit may compensate a person for past, present, and future medical expenses. Others may be reimbursed for lost wages because of no longer being able to partake in their profession. The present value of lost wages could be tens of millions of dollars alone. Finally, a person may be compensated for pain, suffering, and the loss of consortium (the ability to enjoy life) due to no longer being able to see properly. Make no mistake, Janssen and Johnson & Johnson have taken the vision and thus the livelihoods of tens of thousands of people that have developed Elmiron eye damage. The companies either knew or had an obligation to know that their drug could cause permanent blindness. Only Elmiron eye lawsuits will hold the companies accountable for failing to warn their customers.

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