Important Information for People Who Received Injectable Drug Products from NECC

Attorney Fred Pritzker and his Bad Bug Law Team have filed a lawsuit against New England Compounding Center (NECC) and are preparing several other lawsuits on behalf of patients who had injections of steroid medication compounded by NECC. He is providing the following information as a public service and is available for a free meningitis case review here.

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued recommendations for people who received or may have received tainted drugs from the New England Compounding Center (NECC).

FDA is reiterating and updating its previous recommendation that follow-up with patients be done when the following three conditions are met:

  • The medication was an injectable product purchased from or produced by NECC, including an ophthalmic drug that is injectable or used in conjunction with eye surgery, or a cardioplegic solution,
  • The medication was shipped by NECC on or after May 21, 2012, and
  • The medication was administered to patients on or after May 21, 2012.

If you meet these three conditions, you should immediately contact your doctor and request further evaluation.

You may also be entitled to compensation for any harms and losses you suffered including medical bills, lost wages, pain, suffering, emotional distress and loss of function. For a free consultation about your case, call us toll-free at 1-888-377-8900 or contact us online for a free consultation here.

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