This past summer the Class Action Lawsuit went through superior court approval hearings in Ontario, Nova Scotia, Quebec and Saskatchewan. Court approval has been granted in Ontario, Nova Scotia, and Quebec, however, the Saskatchewan Court still requires to hear further information from legal counsel before making its final decision.
For more information about the Class Action Proceedings and Settlement Orders, please visit our Court Document Page by clicking below.
If you were prescribed and used OxyContin, you may be eligible for participation in this Canadian Class Action Lawsuit. Higgerty Law is still receiving registration requests for class action members.
THEY ARE BEING HELD ACCOUNTABLE
OxyContin abuse has greatly damaged the lives of thousands of people in Canada. Families have been separated and lives have been lost because of the devastating effects from this dangerous drug. In fact, OxyContin’s manufacturer faced criminal charges in the U.S. and pleaded guilty in 2007, after claiming that this drug was less likely to cause addiction. After earning more than 31 billion off the sales of OxyContin, it is time for compensation to Canadians who have suffered damages.
VICTIMS OF OXYCONTIN
“In my years of personal injury practice, I often observed that the drug became the injury.”Patrick B. Higgerty
This is a low-risk, high-reward suit. We work on contingency and only get paid when a settlement occurs.
We will need your contact information to build your file. Any supporting documentation will help this lawsuit.
We will send you a copy of our contingency agreement for the class action with the appropriate information filled in.
We'll Contact You
We’ll reach out to answer any questions and provide guidance on signing and notarizing the contract to become a class member.
We’re going to fight for a fair settlement. We work on contingency and take a fee as a percentage, only if we win.
SIGN-UP AS A CLASS MEMBER
*SIGNING UP HERE DOES NOT AUTOMATICALLY GUARANTEE YOUR MEMBERSHIP AS A CLASS MEMBER. IT SERVES AS AN INITIAL POINT OF CONTACT TOOL FOR US.
OUR LEGAL COUNSEL FIGHTING FOR YOUR RIGHTS
Patrick Higgerty, QC
Patrick graduated from the university of Ottawa and began practicing in a variety of legal areas. Patrick is a Queens Counsel and has served as a Justice of the Peace for the Alberta courts for 7 years, with experience on both sides of the bench. Patrick is the principal counsel of Higgerty Law and is able to provide excellent guidance to the real estate legal team.