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    Tylenol Autism Cases

    Lawsuits are being filed and a new Tylenol Autism class action lawsuit is currently pending certification in federal court. Our firm is working together with another class action firm and we are currently accepting new clients to pursue these claims. 

    Tylenol and these other medicines are very common in our home medicine cabinets and we are in the habit of using them as needed. But new research is linking autism and Tylenol and the research is valid. It suggests that in utero exposure to Tylenol (acetaminophen) and many other drugs may be linked to higher rates of autism and other neurologic disorders.

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    IF YOU TOOK TYLENOL, OR ANY OF THESE OVER-THE-COUNTER MEDICINES WHILE PREGNANT, AND YOUR CHILD HAS BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH AUTISM, YOU MAY HAVE CLAIMS AND RIGHTS THAT NEED TO BE PROTECTED IMMEDIATELY:

    1. Alka-Seltzer PLUS
    2. CoricidinHBP
    3. Dayquil
    4. Excedrin
    5. FluTherapy
    6. Midol
    7. Mucinex MAXIMUM STRENGTH FAST-MAX COLD, FLU & SORE THROAT
    8. Mucinex MAXIMUM STRENGTH FAST-MAX COLD & FLU (ALL-IN-ONE)
    9. Mucinex MAXIMUM STRENGTH NIGHTSHIFT COLD & FLU
    10. Mucinex MAXIMUM STRENGTH NIGHTSHIFT SEVERE COLD & FLU
    11. Mucinex MAXIMUM STRENGTH SINUS-MAX PRESSURE, PAIN & COUGH
    12. Mucinex MAXIMUM STRENGTH SINUS-MAX SEVERE CONGESTION & PAIN
    13. Nyquil
    14. Panadol
    15. Robitussin Maximum Strength
    16. Sinex SEVERE ALL IN ONE SINUS
    17. Sudafed Head Congestion + Flu Severe
    18. Sudafed Head Congestion + Mucus
    19. Sudafed PE Sinus Pressure + Pain
    20. Theraflu
    21. Tylenol
    22. Store-brand acetaminophen

    If your child has been diagnosed with – Autism/Autism Spectrum Disorder, or is participating today or participated in the past in an individualized education program for autism, or participated in the past in an early intervention program for autism; Asperger’s Syndrome; Kanner’s Syndrome; Childhood Disintegrative Disorder; Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Not Otherwise Specified; or ADHD, with medication prescribed for treatment – and you (or your child’s mother) used the items listed above you may be eligible to fight for compensation for your child and your family.

    If your child is 18 years old or younger, call our Tylenol autism lawyers today at (210) 239-0771 or contact us through our website or the adjacent form.


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