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Elmiron Lawsuit

Elmiron lawsuits are civil cases filed by people who took Elmiron and later suffered maculopathy or other major eyesight disorders. Janssen Pharmaceuticals allegedly knew about the potential of eye injury but failed to sufficiently notify the public, according to Elmiron lawsuits.

Elmiron Lawsuit Facts

Maculopathy, retinopathy and other vision problems

    Janssen Pharmaceuticals, subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson

      Beginning stages of litigation

        Do I Qualify for an Elmiron Lawsuit?
        Injuries in lawsuits include:
        • Blurred vision
        • Degenerative maculopathy
        • Halo vision
        • Macular retinopathy
        • Macular/pattern dystrophy
        • Maculopathy
        • Metamorphopsia
        • Pigmentary maculopathy
        • Reduced night vision
        • Retinal pigment epithelium atrophy
        • Retinopathy
        • Scotoma
        • Unilateral or bilateral blindness
        • Vision impairment
        • Vision loss

        Lawyers are considering lawsuits from persons who used Elmiron for at least two years and developed visual difficulties, particularly if they took it from 2018 to the present.

        These vision impairments have to have started while you were using Elmiron or within a year of stopping it. If you stopped using Elmiron in 2010 and were diagnosed with an eye problem in 2011, you might be eligible.

        Do you have eyesight difficulties after using Elmiron?
        Free Case Review

        When you contact a lawyer about a prospective Elmiron vision injury case, they may inquire about your personal experiences with the medicine. Make sure you include as much information as possible while answering questions.

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        Age-related macular degeneration(AMD)
        Pigmentation macular degeneration
        Dry macular degeneration
        Wet macular degeneration
        Pattern dystrophy
        Pigmentation maculopathy
        Retinal maculopathy
        Other retinal disease or eye damage
        Other Diagnosis
        No Diagnosis
        Poor light to dark adaptation
        Floaters or sport in field of vision
        Significant eye pain
        Straight lines appear curved or wavy
        Other eye injury
        No symptoms