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How To Join The Similac and Enfamil Baby Formula Lawsuit

How to File a Similac and Enfamil Baby Formula Lawsuit

Find out what steps to take and who you should contact if you need to file a mass tort claim to join the ongoing baby formula lawsuit against Similac or Enfamil for injuries your baby sustained after receiving either milk-based formula.

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Similac and Enfamil Baby Formula Lawsuit Criteria

In order to file a Similac and Enfamil Baby Formula Lawsuit, your must:

  1. Have delivered a premature infant,

  2. Your infant was fed Similac or Enfamil while in the hospital, and

  3. The baby must have been diagnosed with necrotizing enterocolitis, sepsis, meningitis, bowel amputation, bacterial infection, shortness of breath, fatigue, salmonella, or death.

For help with how to file Similac and Enfamil Baby Formula Lawsuit lawsuit, please call 1-866-434-0014 for a FREE consultation with an experienced Similac and Enfamil lawyer.

Our baby formula litigation team will review your claim, help determine your eligibility, and file your claim for compensation today.

Call 1-866-434-0014 and let’s review your claim.

Why Are Parents Filing Baby Formula Lawsuits?

Parents are filing lawsuits against Mead Johnson and Abbott Laboratories asserting that the two manufacturers knew or should have known that the bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) found in Similac and Enfamil could cause necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), sepsis, failure to thrive, or other dangerous conditions to premature infants.

In court filings, Abbott Laborites and Mead Johnson, both based in Illinois, deny that the formulas cause NEC and other complications, and instead claim the gastrointestinal disease is “naturally occurring” and can develop in premature infants who are fed breast milk, however, research suggests otherwise. Legal counsel for these manufactures will argue that claims regarding premature infant formulas are not permitted by the Infant Formula Act, this is not a winning argument and has never worked in prior lawsuits.

NEC is a dangerous neonatal medical condition that causes the intestinal tissue to die, resulting in holes forming along the intestinal track. Bacteria can then escape through these whole, causing abdominal infections, sepsis, short bowel syndrome, and many other dangerously and even deadly conditions. Oftentimes, preemies that develop NEC are quickly switched to IV feeding or undergoes intestinal surgery to remove sections of the intestines that have been comprised. But contracting NEC often has long-term affects, such as malabsorption or failure to thrive that may continue to plague a child.

The lawsuits highlight the potential dangers of preemies consuming toxic baby formula, but the dangers of premature babies developing NEC from milk-based products was revealed by Lancet decades ago.

You may qualify for a Similac and Enfamil Baby Formula Lawsuit if;

  • Your delivered a preemie,

  • Your baby was given Similac or Infamila while still at the hosptial

  • Your baby suffered symptoms of NEC or other related infections

For a FREE consultation concerning how to file a Similac and Enfamil Baby Formula Lawsuit, please call 1-866-434-0014.

If your premature baby was was provided Similac or Enfamil formula while in the hospital, you may be able to bring a product liability lawsuit against the baby formula company and receive financial compensation for the impact this diagnosis has had on your family.

There is no obligation, and our law firm does not get paid until the claim is successful. This contingency fee arrangement allows you to file a claim without the stress of paying an attorneys hourly fee.

Which Formulas Have Been Recalled?

  • Similac Special Care

  • Similac Human Milk Fortifier

  • Similac NeoSure

  • Similac Alimentum

  • Similac Alimentum Expert Care

  • Similac Human Milk Fortifier Concentrated Liquid

  • Similac Human Milk Fortifier Powder

  • Similac Liquid Protein Fortifier

  • Similac Special Care 20

  • Similac Special Care 24

  • Similac Special Care 24 High Protein

  • Enfamil Human Milk Fortifier Acidified Liquid

  • Enfamil Human Milk Fortifier Powder

  • Similac Special Care 30

  • Similac Human Milk Fortifier Hydrolyzed Protein- Concentrated Liquid

  • Enfacare Powder

  • Enfamil Human Milk Fortifier Liquid High Protein

  • Enfamil Milk Fortifier Liquid Standard Protein

  • Enfamil NeuroPro Enfacare

  • Enfamil Premature 20 Cal

  • Enfamil Premature 24 Cal

  • Enfamil Premature 24 Cal/fl oz HP

  • Enfamil Premature 30 Cal

  • Enfamil 24 and DHA & ARA Supplement

Does My Child Have To Be Diagnosed With NEC To Seek Compensation?

No, your child doesn't have to have been diagnosed with NEC to have a valid claim against the manufacturers of Similac and Enfamil. Preemies provided either milk-based baby formula in a hospital setting and thereafter diagnosed with sepsis, meningitis, bowel amputation, bacterial infection, bloody stool, bleeding, shortness of breath, fatigue, salmonella, or death can seek compensation through a baby formula lawsuit.

What Does If Cost To File A Claim?

It is free to join the ongoing baby formula lawsuits and attorneys fees are paid on a contingency-basis. This means that the attorneys handling the claim will only receive payment if they are successful in recovering damages for the claimants. If the claim is unsuccessful, the claimants will not owe any fees. As a result, joining a mass tort claim is risk-free for plaintiffs.

How Do I Join In The Ongoing Baby Formula Lawsuit Today?

To join the ongoing baby formula lawsuit, call 866-434-0014 or complete the convenient form below and one of our products liability attorneys will contact you immediately, for a free no-obligation consultation. Start you claim today.


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