Zantac Recall
due to increased Cancer Risks

Corrie Yackulic Law Firm represents clients who took the popular heartburn drug Zantac and as a result, developed certain types of cancer, including stomach, kidney, bladder, colon and pancreatic cancer.

On April 1, 2020, the US Federal Drug Administration ordered ALL Zantac, prescription and over the counter, products, to be withdrawn from the market immediately, and that consumers stop taking it. An ingredient in the drug breaks down over time into a contaminant known as N-Nitrosodimethylamine, or NDMA, which causes cancer.

Many drug stores and pharmacies have not sold Zantac since September 2019 when the FDA issued a warning about Zantac’s safety. 

If you were a regular user of Zantac (by prescription and/or over-the-counter) for at least a year before developing any of these cancers, then call us now! Your call is confidential, and you will be treated respectfully as we determine whether you have a case.

  • stomach cancer 
  • kidney cancer 
  • bladder cancer 
  • liver cancer 
  • lung cancer 
  • testicular cancer 
  • esophageal cancer 
  • colorectal cancer 
  • pancreatic cancer 
  • throat cancer
  • pediatric cancer (from prenatal use by pregnant women or pediatric use)
  • Attorney Corrie Yackulic has represented individuals and families who have been injured by unsafe drugs, medical devices, other consumer products, or the negligence or carelessness of others. Corrie believes her clients are owed her vigorous advocacy, her attention to their unique circumstances, and her loyalty – and she delivers.

    Corrie Yackulic has been honored as one of the top 100 Attorneys in the State of Washington and one of the Top 50 Women Attorneys in Seattle.

    Call us at 206-787-1915 or email us using the form below if you believe you or a loved one may have developed cancer from using Zantac.

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