The FDA has warned that Provigil, a medication used to improve wakefulness, may cause severe psychiatric side effects, including anxiety, mania, hallucinations, and suicidal thoughts. In addition, Provigil has been associated with a number of serious skin conditions, including Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS), a sometimes life-threatening allergic reaction affecting the skin and the mucous membrane.

The recently discovered link between Provigil and various serious side effects has given rise to numerous personal injury lawsuits. These lawsuits, which are filed by lawyers on behalf of injured Provigil patients, seek compensation for the patients’ injuries.

As awareness about the connection between Provigil and serious side effects continues to grow, the number of Provigil lawsuits is expected to rise. Both people directly affected by Provigil and relatives of people who have died after taking Provigil should contact our lawyers as they may be eligible to file a lawsuit.

Do I Qualify for a Provigil Lawsuit

If you or a family member has used the prescription drug Provigil and experienced adverse side effects, such as SJS or severe allergic reaction, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit seeking compensation for your injuries. OUr Provigil lawyers can help you seek compensation by filing a lawsuit on your behalf. With a Provigil lawsuit, a lawyer may help you get reimbursed for expenses such as medical bills, loss of income, and pain and suffering. 

By seeking assistance from our experienced lawyers, a Provigil victim can quickly determine whether they have grounds for a lawsuit. Moreover, our experienced lawyers can inform victims of their legal rights and options, as well as their chances at succeeding in a lawsuit. So far, lawyers have already helped several Provigil victims and their families file lawsuits and obtain settlements to compensate them for their injuries.

If you would like to discuss your legal rights, or are interested in learning more about Provigil lawsuits, our experienced lawyers would be happy to answer your questions. Contact us today!

Published November 17, 2011 by