Fellow Pet Lovers I wanted to share the latest update regarding Pet Diabetes and the Vetsulin Class Action Law Suit. The FDA has finally announced the fact that the Vetsulin Critical Need Program and Vetsulin is no longer available to treat pet diabetes in dogs or cats.
Veterinarians and diabetic pet owners must now transition their dogs and cats to another type of insulin. For the vast majority of diabetic dogs and diabetic cats, DNA based insulin, available in a variety of formulations is available through veterinarians, at Walmart, as well as at most local pharmacies.
The law firm handling the Vetsulin Law Suit for affected Diabetic Pets asked me to share this letter:
The $29 Million Dollar Vetsulin Class Action Law Suit is being handled by the law firm Murry & Murray Co., L.P.A. Richard Kerger serves as legal counsel for diabetic pet owners affected by Vetsulin in an action pending in the Federal Court in Toledo, Ohio in which pet owners whose diabetic pets were injured by defective Vetsulin have sued the manufacturer, Intervet Schering-Plough and it’s parent company, Merck.
This has been filed as a $29 Million Dollar Vetsulin Class Action Law Suit, however discussions are currently underway which may lead to a resolution of this matter on an individual, rather than class basis.
The owners of diabetic pets adversly affected by Vetsulin may be able to recover part or all the expenses they incurred. Adverse Vetsulin effects diabetic pets may have suffered include blindness, cataracts, kidney and/or liver failure, and death. Diabetic pet owners must contact the law firm at Kergerlaw.com ASAP, before Vetsulin settlement discussions have ended.
John A. Garwood, the attorney coordinating the Pet Diabetes Vetsulin Law Suit may be contacted directly by phone at 419-255-5990 or by e-mail at [email protected]ergerlaw.com.
Diabetic pet owners will not be responsible for any financial contribution at all. The law firm is able to represent the diabetic pet owners affected by Vetsulin at no cost to pet owners at all.
Diabetic pet owners must act now to be able to receive financial compensation as once the Vetsulin settlement hearings have ended no further compensation is likely to be available for diabetic pet owners in the future.
Diabetic pet owners whose dogs and/or cats suffered because of the the tainted Vetsulin that have questions about submitting a claim may contact Mr. Garwood directly by phone at 419-255-5990 or by e-mail at [email protected]
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