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Elmiron® Eye Damage Lawsuit

Arkansas and Tennessee Drug Injury Law Firm

Were You or Someone You Loved Diagnosed with Maculopathy After Taking Elmiron®?

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with Macular degeneration after using the drug Elmiron®, also called pentosan polysulfate sodium (PPS), we can help you seek justice and fight to collect the compensation you deserve. Our law firm is actively investigating and pursuing claims on behalf of patients across the country. If you qualify, we can help you file a class-action lawsuit against those responsible for your pain and suffering.

The defective products attorneys at Rainwater, Holt & Sexton have been assisting patients who were diagnosed with maculopathy after taking Elmiron®, a treatment for painful bladder syndrome (interstitial cystitis) that was believed to be safe since the ’90s. To review all of your legal options and determine if you are eligible to file a claim, it is important to call our law firm immediately at (800) 434-4800 or fill out our confidential contact form for a FREE initial consultation.



Elmiron® Class Action Lawsuits

elmironElmiron®, was first discovered to be toxic when a preliminary report published in 2018 by Emory Eye Center suggested a link between patients taking the medication and those developing pigmentary maculopathy, a loss of color pigmentation and sight. This prompted another in-depth study released in 2019 by expert ophthalmologists in Northern California, which found that one-fourth of the Elmiron® users in the study had suffered maculopathy due to their chronic exposure to PPS. This study highlighted the negative effects of Elmiron® on retinal tissue.

Studies are still ongoing to determine the full extent of damages and injuries that can be caused by exposure to PPS, but the following types of eye damage may be linked with using Elmiron®:

  • Macular degeneration
  • Pigmentary maculopathy
  • Pattern dystrophy
  • Vision loss

If you or a loved one has suffered eye damage such as after taking Elmiron®, our experienced attorneys can help you get the justice you deserve.


Are You Eligible to File an Elmiron® Lawsuit?

Drug companies should be responsible for producing drugs that have harmful side effects unbeknownst to the user. If you or a loved one were diagnosed with maculopathy after extended exposure to Elmiron® or PPS, you may be eligible to file a class-action lawsuit. Speak to an attorney immediately about your rights and the legal options available. You deserve justice.

We’re There When You Need Us

If you or someone you love experienced eye damage after prolonged exposure to Elmiron®, we want to help you. Our law firm has been assisting patients after PPS harms them. We want to help you pursue justice and hold drug manufacturers accountable.

With seven offices conveniently located throughout Arkansas and Tennessee—Little Rock, Springdale, Conway, Hot Springs, Bryant, Jacksonville, and Memphis—our lawyers are there whenever you need us. Contact Rainwater, Holt & Sexton Injury Lawyers today to begin the legal process. Fill out a free contact request form,  start a chat, or simply dial (800) 434-4800 and tell us about your story.

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