Tuesday, May 21st, 2013

Millions of Americans, both children and adults, take Acetaminophen (the ingredient in Tylenol) to relieve pain, reduce fever, and fight the symptoms of cold and flu. It is presently the most common pain reliever in the country.

Acetaminophen liver damage is one of the leading causes of liver failure in the United States. It contributes to almost 60,000 emergency room visits; 2,000 hospitalizations; and over 400 deaths each year.
If you suspect you or a loved one has been the victim of an Acetaminophen liver injury or death caused by Tylenol, please contact us. We want to help.