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If your child was diagnosed with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), aggressiveness, schizophrenia or another behavior disorder, your answer is likely, “YES.”
Your child may have been prescribed one of these drugs or another brand-name or generic version of an antipsychotic. One study found a sevenfold increase in antipsychotic prescriptions for children between 1998 and 2009.
If you answer “YES,” you should contact us without delay.
A study published online in November 2013 in Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) Psychiatry found that teens and adolescents taking antipsychotic drugs face a risk of developing diabetes that is three times higher than children taking other medications for similar behavioral disorders.
The manufacturers of these antipsychotics may be liable for defectively designing or manufacturing these drugs or for failing to provide adequate warnings about their risks.
If you answer, “YES,” the legal team of Bubalo Goode Sales & Bliss is ready to help you.
Our firm has extensive experience with handling cases involving dangerous drugs and major pharmaceutical companies.
First, we will review your case free of charge to determine if you have a valid legal claim. If so, we will get to work right away on taking efficient and effective legal action on your behalf.
You have nothing to lose by speaking with us. If you wait too long to act, however, you could be barred from taking legal action. So, please contact us today.
Bubalo Goode Sales & Cronen is reviewing claims involving adolescents and teenagers who have developed diabetes after taking an antipsychotic drug, including Abilify, Seroquel, Risperdal and Zyprexa.
A study published online in the medical journal, Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) Psychiatry, found that these antipsychotics may triple a child’s risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
The risk can arise within one year after a child starts taking the drug and linger as long as a year after the child stops consuming it, the study found.
The risk may be created by the weight and metabolism changes typically brought on by antipsychotic drugs, researchers say.
Previous studies have found a possible link between antipsychotics and diabetes risk among adults. This is the first study to identify this link among younger patients taking these drugs.
Since the 1990s, antipsychotics have been widely prescribed to treat behavioral disorders in teens and adolescents. These disorders include attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), aggressiveness and schizophrenia.
New warnings about the link between antipsychotics and diabetes may simply be coming too late for thousands of young people across the country.
These children may be suffering from serious complications that include:
Contact Bubalo Goode Sales & Cronen right away if your child has developed these complications or has been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes after taking Abilify, Seroquel, Risperdal and Zyprexa or any other brand-name or generic antipsychotic drug.
Our experienced legal team will review your case for free and help you to determine if you have a legal claim.
Protect your rights: Get in touch with us today!