Lawsuits Filed Against Makers of Enfamil, Similac for NEC 

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Studies show that certain cow’s milk formula products may cause necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), a gastrointestinal condition in premature babies. Now, makers of Enfamil and Similac are facing lawsuits accusing the brand makers of failing to warn of these risks. Premature infants were fed these formulas in the NICU to help them gain weight, but some developed the dangerous intestinal condition.

These Similac and Enfamil baby formula lawsuits allege that Abbott Laboratories and Mead Johnson, makers of the formula brands, knew or should have known about the risks of NEC for premature babies. Plaintiffs also allege that the manufacturers downplayed the risks, and claim that NEC warnings should have been placed on product labeling.

Do You Think You Have a Valid Baby Formula NEC Claim?

If your premature baby was given Enfamil or Similac formula while in the NICU and was diagnosed with NEC that required surgery, caused ongoing problems, or resulted in death, please call our law firm today. You may be eligible to file a Enfamil lawsuit or a Similac lawsuit. We offer free, confidential consultations, and take cases nationwide. Call us at (888) 984-7988  or fill out our contact form to speak with an attorney about your potential case.

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