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What is Adderall?

Is it safe? What are Adderall side effects? Do you have heart damage or has your childís growth been stunted?
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What is the problem that Adderall lawyers may help you pursue?

Heart damage, stroke, sudden unexplained death (SUD)
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Who should your Adderall lawyer hold responsible for heart damage, stroke, and sudden unexplained death?

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What can you expect your Adderall lawyer to do?

Let Monheit Law file a lawsuit on your behalf. If you donít win Ė we donít get paid.
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Can I afford an Adderall lawyer? Whatís the difference between ADD and ADHD? Should I contact the Adderall manufacturer about my symptoms?
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Frequently Asked Questions about Adderall

  How do I find an Adderall lawyer?
  I cannot afford to hire an Adderall lawyer. How much does an Adderall lawsuit cost?
  What is ADHD?
  How many people have ADHD?
  Whatís the difference between ADHD and ADD?
  Is ADHD a genetic disorder?
  How is ADHD diagnosed?
  Can everyone be prescribed Adderall for ADHD?
 
Should I contact Shire Pharmaceuticals Group about my Adderall symptoms?


How do I find an Adderall lawyer?
Look no further. Monheit Law is knowledgeable and experienced in personal injury and product liability lawsuits for pharmaceutical drugs like Adderall.


I cannot afford to hire an Adderall lawyer. How much does an Adderall lawsuit cost?
It costs you nothing. If we agree to be retained, Monheit Law takes the case on a percentage contingency basis. If you donít win your Adderall lawsuit, Monheit Law doesnít get paid.


What is ADHD?
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurological brain disorder that manifests as a persistent pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that is more frequent and severe than is typically observed at a comparable level of development. ADHD begins in childhood and has only recently been understood. ADHD can persist into adulthood as well. While some children outgrow ADHD, about 60 percent continue to have symptoms into adulthood.


How many people have ADHD?
Approximately 3 to 7 percent of school age children and 4 percent of adults are diagnosed with ADHD.


Whatís the difference between ADHD and ADD?
ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) is the term used in the more recently. ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) with or without hyperactivity is the older term. Essentially, theyíre the same disorder.


Is ADHD a genetic disorder?
Research demonstrates that ADHD runs in families. There are also indications that the type of ADHD that persists into adulthood is more highly genetic than the type that remits in childhood.


How is ADHD diagnosed?
Adults with ADHD may tell their physician about symptoms including: lack of focus, disorganization, restlessness, difficulty finishing projects and/or losing things. An adult with ADHD may have difficulties at work, at home, and in their personal relationships. Adults with ADHD must have had their first symptoms prior to age 7 and these symptoms must have continued to cause impairment on a regular basis since then.


Can everyone be prescribed Adderall for ADHD? No.

  • Patients should not be prescribed Adderall if they are taking or have recently taken MAOI (Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor), urinary track medications, antacids, or pain medications like Darvon or Percoset.
  • Patients should never take Adderall if they have a history of drug abuse.
  • Patients with existing heart disease, heart defects, high blood pressure, overactive thyroid, and glaucoma should not ever take Adderall.

Should I contact Shire Pharmaceuticals Group about my Adderall symptoms?
You should contact your doctor and have your doctor file an adverse reaction report with the FDA. You should also consider contacting an expert Adderall lawyer to discuss your legal rights. Also call the FDA MedWatch at 1-800-FDA-1088.


Contact an expert Adderall lawyer for a free and no-obligation inquiry. You may be eligible for an Adderall lawsuit.
 


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Has a doctor said that you, a family member, or some other person you know had a serious side effect caused by Adderall?
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Was Adderall a contributing factor in his or her death?
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No
Please indicate which condition(s) the doctor diagnosed; check all that apply:
Sudden Unexplained Death (SUD)
Cardiovascular Problems
Myocardial infarction
Unstable angina
Cardiac thrombus
Resuscitated cardiac arrest
Ischemic stroke
Transient ischemic attacks (TIA)
Other adverse side effect(s):
Would the case you are describing be a personal injury case or a wrongful death case:
Is this for you or someone else, and if it is for someone else, what is his or her relationship to you?
What was the date of the initial diagnosis of the Adderall side effect:
If there was a death from Adderall, on what date did it occur:
What is the date of birth of the person who had an adverse reaction to Adderall:
Has a lawsuit been filed concerning the Adderall side effect:
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What dosage of Adderall was prescribed? (See pictures to determine dosage)
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