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Reglan®, or metoclopramide, has been on the market for years, primarily as an anti-psychotic drug, before finding a niche as something that could aid in gastrointestinal disorders. The drug became a common prescription for heartburn, particularly for those who had tried other medicines and found them to be relatively ineffective. Finally, in February 2009, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned of Reglan's serious side effects.
If you or someone you care about took Reglan® and suffered serious neurological side effects, such as the movement disorder tardive dyskinesia, contact us today. We will review your case and discuss whether or not we believe you have a lawsuit against the manufacturers of Reglan. If we can help you, know that our firm has both the experience and the resources to see your case through to the end. Contact us today to learn more about Reglan lawsuits and your legal rights. We want to help.
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Reglan® (metoclopramide), primarily used to treat symptoms of heartburn and nausea, has been linked to a severe neurological disorder known as tardive dyskinesia (pronounced tahr-div dis-ki-nee-zhuh).Click Here
The statute of limitations—that’s the amount of time you have to file a Reglan® lawsuit—differs from state to state. We listed each state’s statute of limitations for easy reference. Click below to learn more.Get Informed