Suboxone Tooth Decay Lawsuits

Last Updated on February 27, 2024

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Anyone who was prescribed the dissolvable film version of Suboxone and experienced dental problems, including tooth loss, tooth fracture, tooth decay, cavities, tongue injuries and gum injuries.
What’s Going On?
Patients who used the film version of Suboxone may have a new opportunity to take legal action and potentially recover money from the drug’s manufacturers. A growing number of recent, individual lawsuits are being filed on behalf of patients who allege they developed dental problems from the drug and weren’t properly warned about this risk.
How Do I Sign Up for the New Suboxone Lawsuit?
You will need to hire an attorney to compose and file your lawsuit. If you or a family member developed dental problems after using Suboxone film, fill out the form on this page to learn more about your options.
Is This the Same as the Suboxone Class Action Lawsuit?
No. The class action lawsuit was filed to allege consumers overpaid for the drug and resolve claims of anticompetitive behavior by the manufacturers. The new lawsuits are being filed individually and are designed to recover money for dental bills, physical pain and other losses related to Suboxone tooth problems.
How Much Does a Suboxone Lawyer Cost?
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are handling Suboxone tooth decay lawsuits on a contingency-fee basis. This means if they don’t win your case, you don’t pay – and any payment to them will come as a percentage of your jury award or settlement.

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