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Tylenol Autism Lawsuit

Legal action is being brought on behalf of women who used acetaminophen while pregnant and whose child was born with autism spectrum disorder against manufacturers of Tylenol and other common acetaminophen. For more information or to make a claim, get in touch with Get Insure. You or a loved one may be qualified to bring a Johnson & Johnson talcum powder case if any of the following apply to you or them:

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Who Qualifies for a Tylenol Lawsuit?

People who meet the requirements for a Tylenol lawsuit typically can show that they have suffered harm as a direct result of taking the drug.
The following are some common requirements, while specific requirements may vary based on the jurisdiction and the type of claim:
1. The complainant claims that using Tylenol or items containing acetaminophen caused significant liver damage, liver failure, or other severe health problems.
2.The plaintiff can show that despite taking Tylenol or other medications containing paracetamol in accordance with the advised dosage and instructions, they nonetheless had negative health impacts.
3.The relevant statute of limitations specifies the time period during which the damage or health concern occurred.

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    Frequently asked questions

    For a deeper understanding, here are the most common, frequently asked questions about us.

    Approximately 30 to 50% of hospitalizations related to acetaminophen stem from an unintentional overdose. Acetaminophen toxicity is also a common cause of acute liver failure in children and adolescents.
    Adults and teenagers who weigh at least 110 pounds should not take more than 1,000 mg of regular strength Tylenol at a time and not more than 4,000 mg within 24 hours.
    If you are pregnant or nursing a baby, seek the advice of your healthcare professional before using TYLENOL or any other medication.