Generally, no, you cannot sue a generic pharmaceutical company unless the company made a mistake when manufacturing the drug. However, you may be able to sue the brand name drug manufacturer even if you only used generic.
Can I get withdrawal from Singulair?
There is evidence that Singulair causes withdrawal symptoms, that injuries caused by Singulair can be permanent, and that injuries can arise for the first time after you stop taking Singulair.
What are the long term side effects of Singulair (montelukast)?
We do not know all of the long term effects of Singulair (montelukast), but we know it can cause neuropsychiatric injuries, including tics, tremors, and suicidality.
Do I need to stop taking Singulair immediately?
You should never stop taking a drug or change your current course of medical treatment without speaking to your doctor. You should speak with your doctor about whether the risks of Singulair outweigh the benefits for you.
I want to sue for the injuries caused by Singulair, but I don't want to get my doctor in trouble. What should I do?
Your doctor is probably not at fault for prescribing Singulair because Merck, the maker of Singulair withheld information about its risks from everyone including the medical community. As a result, your doctor will likely not be sued, even if you sue Merck.
Can Singulair hurt children?
Yes, Singulair may be more likely to cause injury to a developing brain than the brain of an adult.