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Lipitor Lawsuits

Lipitor is a drug commonly prescribed to lower cholesterol, and has been linked to an increased risk of Diabetes in women. Our Lipitor attorneys are dedicated to helping women who have been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes after taking Lipitor.

Lipitor Increases Risk of Diabetes in Women by 48%

A Recent study of over 160,000 women and published in the Archives of Internal Medicine* found that Lipitor increased the chance of developing diabetes by 48% in women between the ages 50 and 79.

If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with Diabetes after taking Lipitor, please contact us today for a free case evaluation to review your potential claim, toll free at 800-782-8492, or fill out the contact section on the left.

FDA Warns that Lipitor Causes Increased Risk of Diabetes

Pfizer has been manufacturing Lipitor since 1996. Since that time Lipitor has become the best-selling drug ever, providing Pfizer with over $125 Billion in sales. Despite the enormous profits and widespread use, Pfizer failed to warn users of the dangers associated with the use of Lipitor.

In February 2012, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration forced Pfizer to add a warning to the Lipitor label about the link to an increase in the risk of diabetes. This warning came too late for many women who have taken Lipitor.

Contact a Lipitor Diabetes Lawyer

If you or a loved one developed diabetes after taking Lipitor, you may not have been adequately warned of the risk of taking this potentially dangerous drug. Many Lipitor patients have filed dangerous drug lawsuits against the makers of Lipitor, from which they stand to recover significant compensation. To discuss your legal options contact one of our experienced Lipitor attorneys at 618-656-5150 or toll free at 800-782-8492 to schedule a free initial consultation. We handle all pharmaceutical litigation on a contingency fee basis. You pay nothing for our services unless we obtain a settlement or an award on your behalf.

Read more in this published Lipitor study:

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