Parents Suing Makers of Baby Formula Brands Enfamil and Similac 

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Parents of premature babies have many concerns when their infants are in the NICU. One of these concerns may be their child’s ability to gain weight. To help preemies grow, they are often fed cow-based formula by popular brands Enfamil and Similac. However, these baby formulas have been associated with a dangerous condition called necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC). NEC is a condition characterized by inflammation of the baby’s colon which may lead to perforations in the organ or intestines. Infection may occur, which can be detrimental to the newborn, and may even cause death.

Lawsuits have been filed against makers of these formula brands, including Abbott and Mead Johnson, claiming the companies failed to disclose the risks of NEC associated with the formulas.

Do You Think Your Baby’s Necrotizing Enterocolitis or Death is the Result of Cow-Based Formula?

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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