Abilify Lawsuits for Compulsive Gambling

February 8, 2016 Last Updated on 06/23/2016

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Anyone who took the antipsychotic Abilify and developed a compulsive gambling habit.
What's Going On?
People are suing Bristol-Myers claiming that Abilify caused them to develop compulsive gambling habits and that the drug company owes them money as a result.
Can Abilify Cause Compulsive Gambling?
Several studies have found a possible link between compulsive gambling and Abilify use, while the FDA has at least 30 reports of this side effect from Abilify users. Additionally, both Europe and Canada's labeling for Abilify includes the risk of pathological gambling – but no such information exists on U.S. labels.
How You Can Take Action:
Fill out the form on this page and one of the attorneys we work with may reach out to you to help determine whether you can sue Bristol-Myers to recover money you lost through gambling, as well as compensation for mental anguish.
What Does This Cost?
It doesn't cost anything to contact us or to talk to an attorney – and you're not obligated to take legal action simply because you got in touch with us.