Please note: Weitz & Luxenberg is providing information about the oral medication Seroquel and a number of physical and mental health-related side effects that may have been linked to the use of the pill. However, our attorneys are only considering cases in which a child or young adult under the age of 25 was prescribed Seroquel and subsequently developed Type 2 diabetes.
Seroquel pill is supplied for oral administration as 25 mg (round, peach), 100 mg (round, yellow), 200 mg (round, white) and 300 mg (capsule-shaped, white) tablets.
Due to its sedation effect, Seroquel pills are also being prescribed off-label as a treatment for anxiety and sleep disorders.
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If your child or teenager has been diagnosed with diabetes after taking Seroquel, our lawyers may be able to help you to seek compensation for their disease, pain and suffering, and other financial compensation.
Please complete the form on this page for a free and confidential review of your potential Seroquel lawsuit. A Weitz & Luxenberg representative will contact you as soon as possible.
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