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History of the Lipitor Lawsuit

History of Lipitor

Lipitor is a cholesterol lowering medication, belonging to a class of drugs known as statins. Statins have been used since the 1980’s to lower cholesterol.

Statins work by blocking a specific enzyme in the liver, which stops the body from producing more cholesterol. Statins usually will lower cholesterol levels after a two week course of medication, but are typically taken for longer periods of time, even years.

Lipitor is also called atorvastatin, which is the generic name of the drug. Lipitor was originally developed Warner-Lambert, a pharmaceutical company.

Warner-Lambert entered into a selling agreement with Pfizer, Inc., who would market and sell the drug. Pfizer later acquired Warner-Lambert in 2000.

Lipitor was given FDA approval for public use in late 1996, and first sold in 1997. It quickly became the most popular drug of all time, outselling all other pharmaceutical medicines of any kind. In the first 14.5 years after it’s release, Lipitor grossed over $125 billion in sales.

Lipitor raked in 20 to 25% of Pfizer’s overall sales for years.

Part of the success of Lipitor was because it is a particularly potent statin, and is very efficient in lowering LDL cholesterol levels. It is sometimes nicknamed the “turbostatin.”

In addition, there are claims that Lipitor was aggressively marketed, downplaying the risks and dangerous Lipitor side effects, which may account for some of its success as well. For more on the Lipitor side effects, click here.

Problems are seen with Lipitor Side Effects

There have been many prior studies on statin use and the risk of type II diabetes, but it was until 2004 that a study specifically examining Lipitor and type II diabetes was published.

This study was published in Circulation, and it examined the relationship between Lipitor and blood sugar. It found that people who take long term courses of Lipitor can have worsened ability to control blood sugar levels. The authors of this study stated that Lipitor decreased “glycemic control.”

With uncontrolled blood sugar levels, people taking Lipitor can eventually develop type II diabetes.

Another study published by the Lancet in 2010 confirmed the association between Lipitor and other statins with type II diabetes. These researchers found that taking Lipitor leads to a significantly increased the users chances of developing type II diabetes.

Another study published by the Journal of the American College of Cardiology published in 2011 confirmed: Lipitor increases the users’ risk of contracting type II diabetes significantly.

These and other medical studies caught the attention of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

FDA makes Changes in Lipitor Safety Labels

Lipitor was approved for sale in 1996, but it wasn’t until 2012 when the FDA ordered changes to be made to the safety label of Lipitor regarding the Lipitor diabetes risk.

On February 28th, 2012 the FDA issued a mandate that the drug companies must add another safety label to Lipitor and atorvastatin, warning that this medicine may significantly increase one’s likelihood of developing type II diabetes.

Unlike in other countries, Pfizer chose not to disclose the diabetes risk on the Lipitor bottles directly. Instead Pfizer placed a warning that the drug can potentially cause increased blood sugar levels.

However, claimants in the Lipitor lawsuit argue that this warning was not strong enough, and unclear. The Lipitor type II diabetes warning Pfizer added in response to the FDA mandate was worded as follows:

“Increases in HbA1c and fasting serum glucose levels have been reported with HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors, including Lipitor.”

The Lipitor Lawsuit

As Lipitor users across the U.S. began to develop type II diabetes from taking Lipitor, a public outcry began. Lipitor was released 16 years before Pfizer began to warn about Lipitor type II diabetes, a warning that came all too late for thousands of Americans.

If Pfizer had been more forthcoming about the risks of type II diabetes to both patients and the healthcare providers prescribing this medication, preventative action could have been taken.

For example, healthcare providers could have started monitoring their patient’s blood glucose level to see if a problem was developing. Lipitor users themselves could have made life style changes had they known of their increased risk of contracting diabetes.

The first Lipitor lawsuit was filed in the District of South Carolina by Evalina Smalls. Evaline began taking Lipitor in 1999 to prevent heart disease.

Despite her healthy lifestyle and otherwise low risk for diabetes, Evalina developed type II diabetes as a result of taking Lipitor. She alleges that she is now at risk of the complications associated with type II diabetes, including blindness, kidney disease, nerve damage, and yes, heart disease.

Evaline Smalls was not the only one affected, and the Lipitor lawsuits slowly started to increase. The Lipitor MDL , or Lipitor multidistrict litigation was created this year, as the number climbed from just a few Lipitor type II diabetes claims, to over 700. The Lipitor MDL will effectively organize the smiliar Lipitor type II diabetes claims and expedite pretrial procedures, including early settlements.

The Lipitor lawsuit is expected to go to trial in July of 2015.

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Hurt by Lipitor?

If you have been affected by Lipitor type II diabetes, you may be eligible for compensation with a Lipitor lawsuit. The medical bills, risks, and pain and suffering associated with Lipitor type II diabetes are not to be underestimated.

If you have been hurt by Lipitor, it is vital that you contact our team for legal representation. Our Lipitor lawyers are experienced, caring, and well-qualified to handle your case.

Call today for a free case evaluation to see if you may have a viable claim for a Lipitor lawsuit.


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The Lipitor Multidistrict Litigation

The Lipitor Multidistrict Litigation

The Honorable Richard M. Gergel.

The Lipitor type II diabetes claims have been consolidated into a multidistrict litigation (MDL), to be heard in the District of South Carolina by the Honorable Judge Richard M. Gergel.

This is good news to the plaintiffs in the Lipitor lawsuit, who have been petitioning for a multidistrict litigation since early 2013.

Let’s first gain an understanding of what an MDL is.

What is Multidistrict Litigation?

A multidistrict litigation, abbreviated as an MDL, is a a way of organizing legal claims that are similar in nature. They may share at least one common complaint, common plaintiffs, and/or a common defendant.

As is the case with Lipitor, sometimes there are hundreds or even thousands of lawsuit claims that are very similar in nature. These claims may be spread throughout the United States, in multiple states and court districts, which can make things complicated.

A multidistrict litigation is a way of grouping similar claims, and proceeding with the pre-trial steps to litigation in one courtroom, instead of several across the country.

Both the plaintiffs, and the defendant have a right to petition for a multidistrict litigation.

Who Decides if an MDL should be Created?

The US Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation is a group of seven federal judges, and it is up to them to determine if an MDL is necessary. Their role is to make decisions on two primary issues:

1. Are the claims that are being brought forth alike enough to create an MDL?

For example: Are the claimants suing for the same reasons? Is the complaint being made against the same defendant? (In the case of Lipitor, the defendant is Pfizer.)

2. What judge, judges, or district should hear the case?

Once the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation decides to move forward and create an MDL, they will then choose an appropriate district and judge to hear the case. This is often based off of factors like where the plaintiffs or defendant are located.

In the case of the Lipitor lawsuit, many of the original complaints were filed in the District of South Carolina, which is where the new Lipitor MDL is located.

How an MDL Works

Consolidating claims into an MDL saves everybody time, money and effort. Pfizer no longer has to defend itself in multiple districts across the nation, and the plaintiffs now have the added benefit of having one judge and one court being experts in their case.

It is important to understand that an MDL is only for pre-trial proceedings and motions.

The claims are still considered individually in their original district once (and if) they actually go to court, but grouping them together for the pre-trial proceedings is simply more efficient for the court system, and often the plaintiffs and defendants involved as well.

Here, in the pre-trial stages,  the claims might be dismissed if the judge does not feel they are valid and fit for litigation. Or it is possible to reach a settlement at this point in the process. Large corporations often would rather settle than continue to trial.

It is the plaintiff’s right to either accept, or reject any settlement (compensation) offered at this point in the process. If they are unsatisfied with the settlement offered, they can then take the claim to court in their original district.

Thus, if the pre-trial process is complete, and the case is going to move on to trial, the claim will be transferred back to its original court district. At this point the defendant is no longer negotiating the settlement; any compensation offered at this stage will be determined by the judge and jury.

The Lipitor MDL

The Lipitor petition for an MDL was originally denied by the US Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, back in 2013.

At that time there were only a few plaintiffs, and although it certainly appeared that the number of lawsuits would increase, the panel decided not to approve an MDL on the basis of possible future lawsuit claims.

However, the claims of Lipitor type II diabetes continued to pour in, the number increasing from just a few, to now nearly 1,000 claims.

The US Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation has now looked into it again, and decided to create a Lipitor MDL, despite resistance from Pfizer. The panel concluded, “…centralization will serve the convenience of the parties and witnesses and promote the just and efficient conduct of this litigation.”

Read the official release from the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation here. 

The Lipitor type II diabetes claims have now been centralized under the District of South Carolina; the cases are to be heard by the Honorable Judge Richard M. Gergel for “consolidated pretrial proceedings.”

Why an MDL is Beneficial to You

The Lipitor multidistrict litigation is a way of handling hundreds of similar claims, without making use of the class action lawsuit method.

Class action lawsuits are a single lawsuit filed from multiple plaintiffs, and any compensation award is then divided evenly between the plaintiffs. The Lipitor lawsuit is not technically a class action lawsuit, which is a common misconception.

Here why this is good news to you if you are considering filing a Lipitor lawsuit:

In an MDL, each case that goes to court is considered individually. This means that settlements are award to the individual, with respect to their unique situation and medical needs. Some claimants have been hurt more than others, and will require higher amounts of compensation to cover their medical costs and losses.

Lipitor attorneyIn a class action lawsuit, sometimes so many plaintiffs join that after legal fees, individuals are issued very small checks that have been divided among the masses. This won’t happen with an MDL. Instead, your own individual needs will be taken into consideration by a court of law, and the settlement awarded will be what the court considers fair.

This is another reason why it is so crucial to hire the right legal counsel to represent you in your Lipitor claim. Working with an experienced, well-informed Lipitor lawyer is the best thing you can do in order to get the compensation you deserve, and begin to heal.

Here at Consumer Claims Center of America we are proud to be working with the best pharmaceutical injury attorneys in the field, and if you are eligible for a claim we are confident that we can get you a maximum Lipitor settlement.

Our free consultation is simple and easy. Fill out the online Lipitor Lawsuit Form located on the right of this page, or simply call the number below to begin your Lipitor Lawsuit today.


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All About the Lipitor Lawsuit

It’s Time to Fight Back

Another unfortunate drug injury litigation – Lipitor lawsuit – has hit the nation. The problems associated with drug injuries seem endless.

It’s time to take a stand against the pharmaceutical giants and fight for our rights as healthcare consumers.

Is this because the pharmaceutical companies know very well that nothing can stop their business growth?

Are these practices justified?

We, citizens of this country, are the major part of this society. We drive the economy. Despite that, it seems the major pharmaceutical companies are in control when it comes to our health. 

Pfizer now has another class action lawsuit on its hands. Lipitor lawsuit is a drug injury litigation filed by women and men in the U.S.


How Does Lipitor Work?

As we mentioned earlier, the medication, which belongs to the statin class, was first introduced in the market to help patients lower cholesterol.

Lipitor received FDA approval in the year 1996.

By preventing an enzyme from producing low density lipids in the liver, the drug helps to lower cholesterol. It sounds useful as the low density lipids can block major heart arteries and cause heart complications.

However, why did people file Lipitor lawsuit if the drug was so helpful?

The issues start from here – 

Reasons to File Lipitor Lawsuit?

The people of this country have seen pharmaceutical companies putting their profits before health in the past. It is hard to say what their intentions really are when we see them marketing dangerous drugs. 

If the drug companies decide to mislead the common man of this country with appealing marketing and advertising campaigns, they will. The profits they can make off of these drugs are larger than the cost of the inevitable lawsuits.

When drug companies make profits their #1 priority, it comes at a high price to consumers.

The culture of excessive dependence on prescription drugs has made the situation even worse. Addressing a health complication seems easier with the help of the pills. These pharmaceutical companies are well versed with the fact and they take advantage of the situation. 

Why do these companies behave so unethically? The bottom line is money. 

Although the companies won’t admit acts of ignorance or negligence directly, nobody else other than them can be held responsible for mass product injury.

It’s the drug manufacturer’s responsibility to make sure their medications are safe for the public use.

Filing a Lipitor lawsuit against Pfizer seems to be the right thing to do because the company never took the responsibility to clearly warn the consumers about the drug’s possible side effects. 

Lipitor Lawsuit: The Drug Induced Side Effects

The most prevalent Lipitor side effect in the courts right now is Lipitor type II diabetes.

You may be able to file a claim against Lipitor if you’ve been diagnosed with the condition after using the drug for a while.

There are also some mild side effects of the drug that you should be aware of:

You might notice an indigestion problem, gas, nausea, diarrhea, headache, tiredness, stomach cramps, throat irritation or even infrequent bowel movements.

Apart from type 2 diabetes, patients taking the drug may also have to suffer complications like kidney failure and liver problems. If you notice any of these problems after using the drug for some time, you may be eligible to win a Lipitor settlement in a court of law.

Lipitor Lawsuit: Studies Showing Connection Between Lipitor and its Side Effects

There are many studies that show the link between the cholesterol lowering drug and its side effects. Here are just a few:

In the year 2010, The Atherosclerosis study showed that the daily dose of the drug Lipitor triggered diabetes in women. These women didn’t have any pre-existing diabetes condition.

There was a 2010 meta-analysis conducted by “The Lancet” that reviewed several other studies conducted on patients taking Lipitor and other statins. The study found that patients showed a 9% higher chance of developing type 2 diabetes after using the drug.

A study published in the Journal “Archives of Internal Medicine” in 2012 found women aged between 50 and 79, who took the drug Lipitor to reduce cholesterol level, had a 48% higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Lipitor Lawsuit: Quick Facts

Why did the drug come under scrutiny suddenly?

Because the manufacturer launched the drug in the market to help women lower cholesterol, but their medication ended up creating additional health problems for them.

To be precise, Lipitor, which is the brand name of the generic drug atorvastatin, has been found to be a precursor of type 2 diabetes, rhabdomyolysis, kidney and liver damage.

Filing a Lipitor Lawsuit Makes Sense

After seeing the rising number of drug injury cases nationwide, sometimes it feels as though the companies are using us, the healthcare consumers as lab rats.

Nobody likes to enter into the complications of a litigation. Unfortunately, that’s the only way you can make a giant pharmaceutical company liable for its actions.

The Lipitor lawsuit was filed when the cholesterol lowering drug manufactured by Pfizer was seen to be causing type 2 diabetes in women and others. These victims took the medicine to get rid of their cholesterol, and were subsequently diagnosed with more serious conditions as a side effect of Lipitor, such as type II diabetes and rhabdomyolysis. 

This is not a situation that should be treated lightly.

Hire a Lipitor attorney and demand the loss coverage.

Be a part of the national protest.

We can advise you how.

Our Lipitor lawyers, who have an extensive exposure in handling numerous drug injury cases, can take you through all types of courtroom formalities.

First we will help you make sure you qualify for the litigation. All you have to do is provide us with the requested information via the online Lipitor Lawsuit Form.

We’ll evaluate your eligibility based on the information you give to us. We will then schedule an appointment to help you take your Lipitor lawsuit forward. 

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Filing a Lipitor lawsuit won’t be easy without the help of the professionals. The process is very complicated and time consuming-and that’s where we come in.

We know if you have been hurt by Lipitor you have your own health problems to tend to: Let us do the legal leg-work.

We will fight for your rights as a healthcare consumer and win you the biggest settlement possible, as your medical costs and other losses will likely be high from such severe Lipitor side effects.

We work with the major players in the Lipitor lawsuit, and are specialized in this type of case. We do not charge a fee unless you collect a settlement. Contact us today to get your Lipitor lawsuit started as soon as possible!

The Lipitor Lawsuits: What’s it all about?

Dangerous Lipitor Side Effects

Many healthcare consumers are being hurt by the popular and commonly used drug. Fight back with a Lipitor lawsuit.

Pfizer is currently being sued by hundreds of consumers who took the prescription drug Lipitor, a cholesterol lowering medication.

Lipitor belongs to a class of drugs known as statins. Lipitor is a particularly potent statin, and consequently is more prone to causing Lipitor side effects.

While Lipitor is indeed effective at lowering cholesterol levels, consumers are reporting serious side effects and illnesses as a result of taking this drug.


Some of the more severe complications of taking Lipitor can include:

  • Rhabdomyolysis
  • Type II diabetes
  • Muscle problems
  • Kidney damage
  • Liver problems

The number of Lipitor lawsuits is skyrocketing because Pfizer failed to appropriately warn consumers of the risks of taking Lipitor.

If Pfizer had been responsible in warning the public about the risks involved with taking this drug, consumers and healthcare providers could have taken the necessary steps to help prevent some of these complications from arising.

Currently, litigation is focusing on post-menopausal women with a BMI (body mass index) of 32 or lower who took Lipitor and subsequently were diagnosed with type II diabetes. However, we still recommend you contact us for free claims advice even if you don’t fall into this category, as you may be eligible for a Lipitor lawsuit.

For example, claims that Lipitor can lead to rhabdomyolysis, a condition involving the breakdown of muscle tissue are surfacing left and right.

If you have been adversely affected by Lipitor you may be eligible for compensation. Click here for more information on the Lipitor rhabdomyolysis connection.

Lipitor Causes Type II Diabetes

Thousands of Lipitor consumers are receiving terrible news: they have now developed type II diabetes as a direct result of taking Lipitor.

This news is shocking patients across the country, as Pfizer has not been forthcoming to the public that this medication significantly increases the risk of contracting type II diabetes.

Post-menopausal women are particularly at risk for developing diabetes while taking Lipitor, although other populations such as men and pre-menopausal women are also being affected.

Several scientific studies over the past decade have confirmed the fact: Lipitor significantly increases the risk of developing type II diabetes, especially in post-menopausal women. Read more about these studies by clicking here.

These are women who would not otherwise be at risk for diabetes, women who now have to live with this chronic and life-changing disease.

How could Lipitor Cause Type II Diabetes?

Although scientists have established a clear causal relationship between Lipitor and type II diabetes (meaning they have found that Lipitor indeed causes type II diabetes to develop), exactly how this happens is still unclear.

Studies have shown that taking Lipitor or other statins decreases the body’s ability to control blood sugar levels. People who take Lipitor often have abnormally high blood sugar.

Scientists suspect that the drug may be interfering with the pancreas’ ability to produce insulin, and/or decrease the body’s sensitivity to insulin.

Insulin is a hormone that lowers blood sugar levels when released into the bloodstream. The cells of the body (muscle cells for instance) need sugar for energy.

The particular kind of sugar the body uses to fuel its cells is called glucose.

Insulin signals cells to take in more glucose (aka sugar), thus removing the sugar from bloodstream as it moves into the various different kinds of cells in the body.

Type II diabetes develops when the body stops producing enough insulin, or when the cells stop responding properly to the insulin.

When there isn’t enough insulin, or the insulin isn’t working properly a person’s blood sugar level will rise, because the sugar is no longer being moved into the cells, and builds up in the bloodstream instead.

You may have heard the term “insulin resistance” before. Insulin resistance means that the body’s cells have stopped responding properly to the insulin, which causes the blood sugar levels to rise.

The exact physiological pathways that cause type II diabetes are still unknown, but we know it has to do with decreased insulin production, and insulin no longer working as it should, which is exactly what long-term use of Lipitor does to the body.

If you are taking Lipitor, it is important that you monitor your blood sugar levels, and be aware of the early signs of type II diabetes to protect yourself from this dangerous and chronic illness.

The Lipitor Lawsuits

Consumers affected by this drug are now in the process of suing Pfizer for their gross negligence in failing to warn the public about the extreme and severe side effects Lipitor causes.

The Lipitor lawsuit claims allege that Pfizer either knew, or should have known about the more dangerous side effects of Lipitor, because the pharmaceutical companies are required to test their drugs thoroughly before releasing them onto the market for sale.

Another problem is that they failed to warn the consumers properly. For example, in 2012 the FDA mandated Pfizer to add a warning about type II diabetes on the Lipitor label. Instead of making a clear warning, Pfizer was elusive and did not come out and say directly that Lipitor could cause diabetes.

One of the Lipitor lawsuit claimants commented, “The warning might as well have been Greek to me.”

The litigation currently focuses on post-menopausal women with a BMI of 32 or lower who have contracted type II diabetes, as there have been numerous medical institutions publishing conclusive scientific evidence of how Lipitor increases the risk of type II diabetes for these women.

However, it would appear that Lipitor can cause diabetes in other populations as well, such as men or pre-menopausal women.

If you have been hurt by Lipitor it is important to contact us and see if you are eligible for a Lipitor lawsuit claim, because he medical bills resulting from the various Lipitor side effects can be very costly.

The Lipitor Settlement

The Lipitor settlement is imminent. Lipitor side effects have hurt many of their users and the resulting medical bills can be very costly.

In addition to medical bills, Lipitor users may experience a decrease in quality of life, as well as lost wages due to illnesses or injuries caused by Lipitor.

It is also possible that Pfizer may be ordered to pay punitive damages as part of the compensation for Lipitor. Punitive damages are additional amounts of compensation the defendant has to pay which are meant to discourage them from repeating such negligence in the future.

We at Consumer Claims Center of America are helping those who have been hurt by Lipitor fight back. Don’t hesitate to contact us today for a free case evaluation. We will help you get the Lipitor settlement you deserve.

Fill out our Lipitor Lawsuit Form on the top right-hand corner of this page, or call our toll-free number below to start your Lipitor lawsuit today!


Lipitor Lawsuits are on the Rise and in the News

Lipitor Lawsuits in the News

The Lipitor lawsuits are gaining momentum as the number of plaintiffs have recently skyrocketed, drawing media attention.

Sources close to the case reported that as of April 15th, 2014 the Lipitor lawsuit had 464 claims of Lipitor induced type II diabetes.

Only one month later, the number of Lipitor diabetes claims had nearly doubled, with an astonishing 703 claims filed as of May 15th. Due to media attention and an increasing number of affected victims of this popular cholesterol reducing drug, the lawsuit is taking off.

If you have been affected by Lipitor, now is the time to contact us for a free case evaluation, as the Lipitor lawsuit is currently underway, and Lipitor settlements will come soon.

New FDA Guidelines for Lipitor

Developing serious Lipitor side effects such as type II diabetes is relatively rare, although Lipitor certainly does present a substantial risk.

The claimants in the Lipitor lawsuit allege (and we tend to agree) that Pfizer did not properly and clearly warn them of the risks involved with taking the drug.

Were Pfizer more forthcoming about the risks of statin drugs such as Lipitor, patients and healthcare providers alike could have been on the lookout for the development of serious side effects.

For example, patients taking long term courses of Lipitor may have been able to avoid type II diabetes altogether if they had known they should have been monitoring their blood sugar levels, and watching for other tell-tale signs of oncoming type II diabetes.

That being said, the risk for developing serious Lipitor side effects is still small. Thus, the FDA has now approved Lipitor for use as a preventative medication.

Lipitor is currently used as a treatment for people with high cholesterol levels, which are associated with heart disease and stroke.

The new guidelines allow healthcare providers to prescribe Lipitor to prevent high cholesterol as well.

According to a report earlier this year from  Kaiser Health News, the new guidelines for Lipitor prescription could result in approximately half of all Americans over the age of 40 taking statin drugs such as Lipitor.

While the chances of developing severe Lipitor side effects are relatively low, the new guidelines could potentially mean up to 13 million more Americans being prescribed Lipitor or other statin drugs.

So although serious Lipitor side effects only develop in a small percentage of those who take it, the number of people taking this drug will be so high that undoubtedly thousands and ultimately millions of Americans will develop Lipitor side effects such as type II diabetes or rhabdomyolysis.

Unless Pfizer steps up its warnings about the more serious side effects of Lipitor, this also means that the number of Americans effected by Lipitor type II diabetes and other conditions will also increase wildly.

It is presumed that we will soon see an even further increase in the amount of Lipitor claims made against Pfizer for this reason.

Simply put, since Lipitor can now be used as a means of preventing cholesterol related problems. More people will be taking Lipitor, and because of that more people will also be hurt by Lipitor side effects unless Pfizer and healthcare providers make some major changes.

Don’t fall victim to this giant corporation’s unethical practices. The best thing we can do as consumers is educate ourselves.

Unfortunately for many, it is too late to avoid serious Lipitor side effects. The Lipitor lawsuits are a way for injured consumers to fight back and recoup their losses, if only financially. Lipitor side effects can and do create costly medical bills, loss of wages, and pain and suffering.

If you feel as though you have been adversely affected by Lipitor in this way, don’t hesitate to contact us at Consumer Claims Center of America; we can help.

Beginning your Lipitor lawsuit is a quick and easy process. Simply fill out the Lipitor Lawsuit Form on the upper-right hand corner of this page, or call our toll free number below for a free consultation.