Uloric (febuxostat) Litigation

Uloric® from Takeda Pharmaceuticals, is one of few medications for gout on the market. The medication was approved in 2009 to treat such symptoms of  joint pain and swelling by lowering uric acid levels in the blood. However, the FDA  (U.S. Food and Drug Administration( announced a decade later, that the drug seems to be linked to severe complications in patients, including an increased risk of heart failure or even death.

Contact Bagolie Friedman Medical Drug Lawyers

If you, a loved one, or someone you know took Uloric to treat gout,  then suffered or died from a heart attack, stroke, or other severe cardiac event, you may have a claim. Ricky Bagolie and Alan Friedman, attorneys at Bagolie Friedman Injury Lawyers, are reviewing potential cases invoilving Uloric. Contact Bagolie Friedman Injury Lawyers using this form on this page or by calling 201-656-8500 to discuss your potential claim.


If you believe that you may have a claim, contact us as soon as possible. A statute of limitations (SOL) may limit the time you have to file a claim.


    Did you or a loved one suffer a heart attack, stroke or another cardiac event after taking Uloric? *