Our Tardive Dyskinesia lawyers had long been representing individuals suffering from the condition, initiating (and in some cases completing) more than 50 claims versus several Reglan manufacturers and/or the physicians who prescribed it
Reglan & Tardive Dyskinesia Lawyers
Louisiana victims and families turn to us to pursue their Tardive Dyskinesia claims
Following the FDA’s imposition of a “Black Box” (maximum strength) warning for Reglan in February 2009, Reglan and Tardive Dyskinesia websites proliferated. Everyone claimed to know Tardive Dyskinesia – even if they couldn’t pronounce it.
Our Louisiana Tardive Dyskinesia Lawyers Have a Proven Track Record of Success
The lawyers at McGlynn, Glisson & Mouton have been trying Tardive Dyskinesia (TD) cases for more than 20 years. Lead by Danny McGlynn, our pharmaceutical team pioneered Tardive Dyskinesia litigation and has handled TD cases nationwide since 1995. Since then, the firm has reviewed, handled, settled and/or prosecuted hundreds of Tardive Dyskinesia cases – whether caused by antipsychotics such as Risperdal or gastroenterological drugs like Reglan (Metoclopramide) and other dopamine-blocking medications. We know how to determine which claims have merit and how to present these complicated cases.
No other firm in the country can compare to our experience with Tardive Dyskinesia – this is what we do. When you hire our firm, you will get answers directly from the people who know and understand Tardive Dyskinesia. The lawyers of McGlynn, Glisson & Mouton can readily evaluate and, if your case qualifies, prosecute your case immediately and to the fullest extent possible.
Tardive Dyskinesia (TD) is a serious movement disorder that is difficult to diagnose and even harder to treat. If you or someone you know has developed TD (or has symptoms consistent with TD) as a result of taking Reglan or any other prescribed medication, you need to seek legal representation immediately. The time for asserting these claims is fading fast. Call now for a free evaluation.
- Do not discontinue use of Reglan without consulting a physician.
- If you are still taking Reglan or other medication linked to TD and are experiencing one or more potential symptoms, please consult your physician immediately. You may want to request referral to a neurologist who specializes in movement disorders.
- Seek legal advice promptly. While McGlynn, Glisson & Mouton has the ability to promptly and thoroughly evaluate these issues, we cannot guarantee proper evaluation and timely filing of your claim if only minimal time remains for filing a claim within the applicable statute of limitations.
Other dangerous prescription drugs which have been linked to and known to cause Tardive Dyskinesia include:
Contact us today to discuss your claim with one of our Tardive Dyskinesia Lawyers.