Compensation for Abilify Compulsivity Victims

Medical research has linked the one of the world’s most popular antipsychotic drugs, Abilify, to an increased risk of serious compulsivity side effects, including compulsive gambling and spending, extreme overeating, and suicidal thoughts. Abilify users who have racked up considerable gambling debts while taking the medication are pursuing legal claims against Bristol-Myers Squibb and Otsuka Pharmaceutical Company. If you took Abilify, and then experienced unforeseen consequences like pathological gambling or other serious compulsive behaviors, consult an experienced product liability lawyer today. You may have grounds to file an Abilify lawsuit against Otsuka and Bristol-Myers, in order to pursue the financial compensation you deserve for your psychological injuries, gambling debts and other losses.

Side Effects Associated with Abilify

Adverse compulsivity side effects that have been linked to Abilify include:

  • Compulsive gambling
  • Compulsive Overspending
  • Excessive spending
  • Suicidal Thoughts or Actions
  • Extreme Over Eating
  • Hypersexual Behavior

Why file and Abilify Lawsuit?

"Abilify is one of the best-selling medications in the world, generating roughly $6.8 billion during the one-year period from April 2013 to March 2014."

Recent Abilify lawsuits claim:

  • Otsuka and Bristol-Myers Squibb manufactuered and sold a defective medication.
  • Manufacturers may have been aware of but concealed the potential compulsivity risks of Abilify, as well as mental and psychological side effects.
  • Abilify labels warn of other side effects, like suicidal thoughts or actions, it makes no mention of the risk of compulsive behavior.
  • Otsuka and Bristol-Myers Squibb failed to warn the public about serious Abilify side effects.
  • Otsuka and Bristol-Myers Squibb improperly marketed of the antipsychotic drug.
  • Manufactuerers misrepresented the safety and effectiveness of Abilify, thus preventing individuals making a fully informed decision regarding treatment.

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