Category: Mass Torts & Class Actions

Suboxone, a drug used to treat opioid addiction and pain, has been linked to serious dental injuries of the teeth and gums. Thousands of victims have now filed a Suboxone lawsuit against several major manufacturers of the drug to recover compensation for their dental injuries.
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Like other types of class action lawsuits and civil cases, Suboxone lawsuits have a specific statute of limitations dictating how long plaintiffs have to file a case before they're unable to recover compensation. Find out what the statute of limitations is for your case and determine whether you have the ability to file a lawsuit against the makers of Suboxone.
The average Tylenol lawsuit payout is likely to be around $50,000 to more than $300,000, depending on the severity of the conditions diagnosed and other influencing factors. Knowing more about what to expect with these cases may help you determine how much you can recover in a lawsuit.
If you believe the medication caused tooth decay and other dental problems, you may be able to file a class action lawsuit against Suboxone for the economic and non-economic damages sustained. Working with a Chicago class action attorney could help you recover fair compensation through a strong case with ample evidence proving your damages.
Serious dental problems have been linked to Suboxone, a drug used to treat drug and alcohol addiction. As a result, the Federal Drug Administration has launched an investigation into the side effects of Suboxone and thousands of people have joined a Suboxone class action lawsuit to recover damages for injuries.