Opiate Compensation

PH: 813-224-0000

Act Now The Application Deadline Is July 30, 2020

Were you or a loved one harmed by taking prescription opioid painkillers?

Compensation May Be Available in The Purdue Pharma Bankruptcy Settlement.

Addiction

Emotional

Rehabilitation

Death

Professional

Overdose

CLAIMS CAN BE MADE FOR DEATH, ADDICTION, DEPENDENCY, WITHDRAWAL, TREATMENT, SPOUSAL RELATIONS, AND OTHERS. THERE IS NO FEE UNLESS WE RECOVER. WE AGREE TO WAIVE OUR COSTS.

Prescription Opioids Include:

Codeine

Hydrocodone*

Morphine*

Oxycodone*

Tramadol

Suboxone

*Hydrocodone (name brand Vicodin®) • Morphine (name brands Kadian®, Avinza®) • Oxycodone (name brands OxyContin®, Percocet®)

What Is This Case About?

On September 15, 2019 and September 16, 2019, Purdue Pharma L.P., a U.S. limited partnership, its general partner and its subsidiaries, including Imbrium Therapeutics L.P., Adlon Therapeutics L.P., Greenfield BioVentures L.P., Avrio Health L.P., Rhodes Technologies, and Rhodes Pharmaceuticals L.P. (collectively, “Purdue” or “Debtors”) each filed for bankruptcy under chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. The cases are pending before the Honorable Robert D. Drain and are jointly administered under Case No. 19-23649. Act now, the deadline is approaching. Call 1-813-224-0000 (1-888-FOR-ATTY) for a free consultation

Does This Case Apply To Me?

If you (or, in the case of a (a) wrongful-death claim, the estate you represent, or (b) claim on behalf of a minor or a baby, the minor or baby that you are the parent or guardian for) believe you have been injured by Purdue, or Purdue prescription opioids, like OxyContin® or other prescription opioids produced, marketed or sold by Purdue, you can file a claim for compensation. The Bankruptcy Court has set June 30, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. (Prevailing Eastern Time) (the “Bar Date”) as the deadline for each person, entity, governmental unit and Native American Tribe to file Proofs of Claim for claims that arose from an action taken by the Debtors prior to September 15, 2019 (but you may file a claim for damages suffered by any person or entity both prior to and after that date).

We Support You.

If you or your loved one suffered overdose or addiction from the use of opioid painkillers, the first thing you need to know is, it may not be your fault. Anyone can easily become addicted to opioids and even accidentally overdose. In many cases, The Opioid Epidemic in the United States was not caused by patients seeking relief from pain. The Epidemic that has claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of individuals and destroyed the lives of many more was often caused by a group of greedy drug manufacturers that made billions from opioid sales at the expense of patients and the country.

What is a Purdue Opioid?

Purdue Opioid means all natural, semi-synthetic or synthetic chemicals that interact with opioid receptors on nerve cells in the body and brain, and that are approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and listed by the DEA as Schedule II or III drugs pursuant to the federal Controlled Substances Act, produced, marketed or sold by the Debtors (Purdue Pharma L.P., a U.S. limited partnership, its general partner, or its subsidiaries, including Imbrium Therapeutics L.P., Adlon Therapeutics L.P., Greenfield BioVentures L.P., Avrio Health L.P., Rhodes Technologies, and Rhodes Pharmaceuticals L.P. (collectively, “Purdue” or the “Debtors”)) as (i) the following Brand Name Medications: OxyContin®, Hysingla ER®, Butrans®, Dilaudid®, Ryzolt, MS Contin®, MSIR®, Palladone®, DHC Plus®, OxyIR®, and OxyFast®, and (ii) the following Generic Medications: oxycodone extended-release tablets, buprenorphine transdermal system, hydromorphone immediate-release tablets, hydromorphone oral solution, tramadol extended-release tablets, morphine extended-release tablets, oxycodone immediate-release tablets, oxycodone and acetaminophen tablets (generic to Percocet®), hydrocodone and acetaminophen tablets (generic to Vicodin® or Norco®). The term “Purdue Opioid(s)” does not mean: (i) medications and other substances to treat opioid or other substance use disorders, abuse, addiction or overdose; (ii) raw materials and/or immediate precursors used in the manufacture or study of opioids or opioid products, but only when such materials and/or immediate precursors are sold or marketed exclusively to DEA-licensed manufacturers or DEA-licensed researchers; or (iii) opioids listed by the DEA as Schedule IV drugs pursuant to the federal Controlled Substances Act.

How do I know if I took a Purdue prescription medication?

The instructions to the Proof of Claim Forms contain a list of brand name and generic prescription medications produced, marketed or sold by Purdue Pharma L.P., a U.S. limited partnership, its general partner, or its subsidiaries, including Imbrium Therapeutics L.P., Adlon Therapeutics L.P., Greenfield BioVentures L.P., Avrio Health L.P., Rhodes Technologies, and Rhodes Pharmaceuticals L.P. (collectively, “Purdue” or the “Debtors”). You should review your own records to determine if you believe that you have been injured by Purdue or Purdue products produced, marketed or sold by Purdue before the September 15, 2019 Chapter 11 filing date.

When will I be paid?

The Debtors (Purdue Pharma L.P., a U.S. limited partnership, its general partner, and its subsidiaries, including Imbrium Therapeutics L.P., Adlon Therapeutics L.P., Greenfield BioVentures L.P., Avrio Health L.P., Rhodes Technologies, and Rhodes Pharmaceuticals L.P. (collectively, “Purdue” or the “Debtors”)) and any other party in interest have the right to object to any filed Proof of Claim. If an objection is filed, you will be notified and a court date will be scheduled for the Bankruptcy Court to determine the appropriate amount, if any, of your allowed claim. If such a court date is scheduled, you are entitled to present additional materials in support of your proof of claim either before or at that hearing. You may also choose to have a lawyer represent you at any such hearing. If it is determined that you hold an allowed general unsecured claim against Purdue that is entitled to a distribution, you may receive a distribution in the amount of all or a portion of your claim at the end of Purdue’s bankruptcy cases, which, unless the claim is subject to a statutory priority or subordination, will generally be paid on the same priority level as all other general unsecured claims.

At this time, Purdue does not have a timeframe for when claims that are allowed by the Bankruptcy Court will be paid. Before any distributions are made, a plan of reorganization and disclosure statement will be filed with the Bankruptcy Court that will explain the claim distribution process and the amounts that will be paid on account of allowed claims. It can be several months or more after those documents are filed before any distributions are made.

Act Now The Application Deadline Is July 30, 2020

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